Kelp Gull at Buckley's Hole, Bribie Island

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Subject: Kelp Gull at Buckley's Hole, Bribie Island
From: Trevor Ford <>
Date: Fri, 16 Dec 2011 17:50:01 +1000

(That's 50km north of Brisbane, Qld.)

Between 5pm and 5.30pm at least, on Friday 16/12, a Kelp Gull was present on the sand bar at Buckley's Hole. I had popped over with Bob James, that incomparable Sunshine Coaster, to see if either Glossy Ibis or Lewin's Rail were present. First bird he saw - "Kelp Gull"! I thought he was suffering from post NZ syndrome but there it was.

Cheers - Trevor.

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