Jenny's gull dampier peninsula

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Subject: Jenny's gull dampier peninsula
From: "gary wright" <>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 10:53:22 +1030
Hi Mike and Jenny

Yes, I looked for Jenny's gull twice today.  There weren't many gulls around 
but nothing that was unusual, so I think our bird may have flown the coop.

And yes, I had the darter, Australasian Grebe and red tailed blacks but no 
corellas.  I won't be able to get back there to Gambanan  for a while as this 
nasty thing called work gets in the way and next couple of weekends are taken 
up.   While waiting for the tide to go out more, I looked  in the mangroves and 
I saw mangrove grey fantail, mangrove robin, female mangrove golden whistler, 
red headed honeyeater, broad billed flycatcher and brown honeyeater.  I saw the 
female broad billed flycatcher from below and saw what I think from memory that 
Pizzey describes is the broadness of bill, when seen from below.


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