birding-aus beachwashed southern fulmar (dead)

Subject: birding-aus beachwashed southern fulmar (dead)
From: (John Boyce)
Date: Tue, 24 Aug 1999 16:50:06 +1000
Hi everyone,
my brother and mother have found a likely Southern Fulmar beachwashed near
Phillip Island in very good condition.  I thought this would be a fairly
rare record but I may be wrong.  They were wondering if this is worthy of
report or even of further identification by someone more knowledgeable of
seabirds.  Any suggestions or thoughts.
Best Wishes
John Boyce

Department of Microbiology
Monash University
Clayton 3168
Ph 03 99054838

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