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Re: Banded Seagull

uhhh...that'd be a lifer for me.


Gary Phillips
Conway, SC
 Zone 8
"Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing's going to get
better. It's not." (Dr. Seuss, "The Lorax")
-----Original Message-----
From: Russ Palmeri <rpalmeri@mindspring.com>
To: MelodyRNEMTP@aol.com <MelodyRNEMTP@aol.com>; carolinabirds@duke.edu
Date: Saturday, November 17, 2001 8:37 AM
Subject: Re: Banded Seagull

>Certainly we would want to see all four-legged seagulls banded!!
>Russ P.
>On Friday 16 November 2001 11:41, MelodyRNEMTP@aol.com wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>      I'm new to this list, so if this subject has been discussed
>> I apologize. While having lunch with my daughter in Wilmington recently,
>> noticed a seagull with a bright yellow band on his left (I believe)
>> leg. There were 25 or so birds, laughing gulls, and this one bird was the
>> only one banded. I was a bit surprised as seagulls are not an uncommon
>> species by any stretch - does anyone out there know anything about any
>> seagull banding programs?  Just wondering and curious!!
>> Thanks!
>> Melody in Hampstead, NC
>-Russ Palmeri
>Asheville, North Carolina
>Fog and rain, the sky
>touching the new green treetops,
>a lone warbler sings