April 2004 – vol. 97, issue 4, pp 182 `GARGANEY IN SUSSEX IN WINTER. WHILE on the shore at Glyne Gap, between Bexhill and West St. Leonards, on February 3rd, 1929, a friend of mine, Mr. Barlow, found the remains of a small duck that had been badly mauled by Gulls, and the wing of a second. On his return, he gave me the following description: "Crown, dark brown; lower part of face chestnut, flecked with white; neck and breast, brown lin... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.