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Old Sunday 29th July 2007, 16:07   #3
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Originally Posted by cheshirebirder View Post
Of interest to British birders they have split the Bean Geese and also recognise Caspian and Yellow-legged gulls as separate species. BOU ?

The word on the street is that both Caspian and American Herring Gull is about to be split by the Brits.
A paper has been prepared and was in the process being proof read.

Other snippets are BBRC are to do a revue of Royal Tern and Redhead.

I got all of this from Gregg's bakery, it's amazing what you hear whilst standing in a cue
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