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<div>Hello Tweets,</div><div> </div><div>I found the website <a tabindex="-1" href="http://thebirdguide.com/gulls/index.htm">http://thebirdguide.com/gulls/index.htm</a> quite helpful for ID’ing gulls, especially for differentiating Herring and Thayer’s gulls. However I am still stumped by the hybrids. I find the Sibley’s and Peterson’s guide almost completely useless for gulls. </div>
<div> </div><div>Can somebody point me to other websites or books that are useful for gull identification? </div><div> </div><div>-Amit</div><div>Bellevue, WA</div><div> </div><div>Sent from Windows Mail</div><div> </div>
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