I'm Herring Something

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Subject: I'm Herring Something
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 26 Mar 2002 17:56:43 -0800 (PST)
Hilary Richrod <> wrote:
*ha* seems so weird to report your foreign gully as a
"rare bird" when we have soooOOOooo many of them here

How about the one in my kitchen ...?

I think it might be .... maybe a cross-gull, maybe
soon you'll be having cross-breed gullys there?
JAG wrote:
What caught my eye was the marbled effect on the back
and wing? the the beak shape and colouring. I wish
this little one would hang about in the one place
within Western Port bay for a while longer grrrr ....

Oh well I've got camera's loaded and the puta one
ready just in case. Binoc's around me neck. Now the
wait. To get this one on film or photo would be good

But!!! should I now start singing again?

"I'm Herring gullies when there's no bird there,"
"I sea gullies when my shore is bare,"
"All day long they fly up over my hair,"
"I wonder why,"
"I wonder why,"
"Ooh doo be doo,"


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