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[[underline]] belchere [[underline]], Nov. 7, 1955, III 24 [[Choking?]] looked just like one type of Herring gull ch. No. squatting [[image - pen sketches side view of 2 birds, left bird upright and right bird bending down]] Alc. after uttered in air Notes like [[underline]] "large Larus" [[underline]]; but only 2 or 3 syllables, like [[underline]] Hydrocolocus [[underline]]. I.E. whole performance is rather like [[underline]] modestus [underline]] White bar at rear of wing couspiceous [[conspicuous??]] when wing folded. But very little white typing of scapulars. Only rear scapulars Sometimes not visible at all LCN's on ground accompanied by int. mons. of HD General Notes about birds around La Pantella A small number of [[underline]] [[belcheri?]] [[underline]] Rather active Presumably breeding nearby. Lots of [[underline]] pipixcan [[underline]]. Almost all juv, rest almost all imm. Very inactive. A [[underline]] lot [[underline]] of [[underline]] modestus [[underline]] Almost all juv. or imm. Very inactive. A few [[underline]] unocephalus [[underline]] Adult, non-nupt [[??]] Very inactive
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