Presumed Heuglin's Gull L heuglini
1-5: © Visa Rauste, 28-05-06. Tampere, Finland.
A bird with a plainer type of scapulars than the previous two birds but the second generation wing coverts and tertials are of the same type, albeit much more worn. Several features recall Caspian Gull, like the white head with streaks in the neck, the pattern of the juvenile greater coverts (which judged from the remaining shafts had white tips), the pale inner web to the inner primaries (again note the white spots at the tips) and the rectrices with fine barring just above the tail bar (note new R2).