seagulls glenloch interchange

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Subject: seagulls glenloch interchange
From: Mark Clayton <>
Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2019 23:05:11 +0000

Silver Gulls (seagulls!!!, tut, tut) breed on one or two of the islands in Lake Burley Griffin so could account for the large numbers being seen. They also breed on some of the yachts moored in parts of LBG.


On 5/11/2019 9:57 am, Anne Fulker wrote:
On most thursdays I have a quick lunch while parked off Alexandrina drive Yarralumla while enjoying the lake view.  I think it was sometime in September when I noticed a very big flock of seagulls on a small island in the middle of the lake looking north. I was parked near the swimming area not far from the YMCA Sailing club.  I couldn’t count the number but there were many dozens and probably more than I could see from my parking spot.

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On 4 Nov 2019, at 5:56 pm, Jenny Smits <> wrote:

Something going on with Seagulls (100s?) at the corner of Aranda NR and Glenloch interchange. Thought that was weird.

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