Mystery Birds

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Subject: Mystery Birds
From: Trevor Hardaker <>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 08:11:27 +0200

There is a new mystery gull up at to test your
skills that was photographed in the Eastern Cape in April 2001. Let us know
what you think it is and your reasons for saying so as well.

There are also comments now on a lot of the previous mystery birds which
make for interesting reading, especially the comments on gull #5 which has
raised some interesting possibilities.

We are still waiting for more comments on mystery cuckoo #2, so give it a
bash as well.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards
Trevor and John
Trevor Hardaker and John Graham
Cape Town, South Africa

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