Bubba and Phil (aka Lefty) eagerly await their unwrapping, hoping to scoot right into the waters between the North entrance of Bay Isles and the Harbourside Clubhouse. Later, Bubba was recaptured for a removing his re-grown flight feathers, and then reintroduced to his brother Phil who, at seven months of age, went through two surgeries for repairing his left wing. The proud parents are the late Stan and his mate Wendy, who now resides on the Islandside course with Bebe, sister of these two.
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