Droopy at Scoopys

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Subject: Droopy at Scoopys
From: "Andrew Stafford" <>
Date: Tue, 7 Jan 2003 22:59:48 +1100
I neglected to mention that Droopy the Laughing Gull (named for the shape of his bill) was still present on the sand spit behind Buckley's Hole, Bribie Island yesterday afternoon between 4 and 5pm. Now in immaculate breeding plumage, a must-see for locals and anyone who missed it last time around.
A Black-necked Stork was also seen from the beginning of the Gateway Arterial road southbound, at the entrance to the Tinchi Tamba wetlands - many years since I've seen one in this location.
Cheers, AS
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