'Black headed gull' at Randwick, NSW today

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Subject: 'Black headed gull' at Randwick, NSW today
From: Joshua Bergmark <>
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 19:06:13 +1100
Headed out as soon as Mike's email came through, and found one open gate
(accidentally left open?), and was able to walk on the racetrack all the
way around. No gulls of any kind unfortunately. Then checked all the open
areas of grass in UNSW next door, also finding nothing. I am currently
staying on-campus at UNSW, and will be out looking tomorrow and the day
after (classes don't start until Tuesday!), so would really appreciate an
immediate text if anyone finds the gull in question!!! (0459 823 534)

The racecourse can be best viewed from outside the fence along Alison Rd
(-33.907804,151.233275) or from my balcony. Tomorrow I am going to check
Centennial Park and Eastlakes, so will post to the list if anything shows.

Joshua Bergmark

On 1 March 2014 17:51, david taylor <> wrote:

> Thats hilarious! .......Nice work Paul! .... the bookies are setting odds as 
> we
> speak - Franklins - Even Money  -  Laughing 10 to 1  Black-headed 25 to 1
> Sabines 50 to i!!!
> On 1 Mar 2014, at 4:10 pm, Mike Carter <> wrote:
> > Paul Walbridge phoned to advise that the horses running in the 3.00
> o'clock race at Randwick today flushed a flock of Silver Gulls which
> included a gull with a black head! Someone living nearby might like to
> check for a Franklin's or similar.
> >
> > Mike Carter
> > 30 Canadian Bay Road
> > Mount Eliza  VIC 3930
> > Tel  (03) 9787 7136
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