Lesser Black-backed Gull at Broome tip

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Subject: Lesser Black-backed Gull at Broome tip
From: "Greg Little" <>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 16:13:27 +1100
Gooday all on BA


For those of us who may be quietly following this very interesting but
confusing thread on the Gull at Broome, there is a small bit of information
on Wikipedia that might help. Yes I know it is not very scientific and the
information may even be out of date. Just type "ring species" into the
Google and enter Ring species - Wikipedia. It is not much but it may
introduce something of what the experts are on about and why they are so
interested in this bird. Whether the Gulls are or are not a ring species is
unimportant, this little bit of information and the diagram may help some


A little bit of general discussion by an expert for the non expert birding
community on this topic may be helpful.


Greg Little





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