Lesser Black-backed Gull (graellsii & intermedius)

(last update: May 17 2015)


LBBG rings

lbbg 1cy May
lbbg 1cy June
lbbg 1cy July
lbbg 1cy August
lbbg 1cy September
lbbg 1cy October
lbbg 1cy November
lbbg 1cy December

lbbg 2cy January
lbbg 2cy February
lbbg 2cy March
lbbg 2cy April
lbbg 2cy May
lbbg 2cy June
lbbg 2cy July
lbbg 2cy August
lbbg 2cy September
lbbg 2cy October
lbbg 2cy November
lbbg 2cy December

lbbg 3cy January
lbbg 3cy February
lbbg 3cy March
lbbg 3cy April

lbbg 3cy May
lbbg 3cy June
lbbg 3cy July
lbbg 3cy August
lbbg 3cy September
lbbg 3cy October
lbbg 3cy November
lbbg 3cy December

lbbg sub-ad Jan
lbbg sub-ad Febr
lbbg sub-ad March
lbbg sub-ad April

lbbg sub-ad May
lbbg sub-ad June
lbbg sub-ad July
lbbg sub-ad Aug
lbbg sub-ad Sept
lbbg sub-ad Oct
lbbg sub-ad Nov
lbbg sub-ad Dec

lbbg adult January
lbbg adult February
lbbg adult March
lbbg adult April
lbbg adult May
lbbg adult June
lbbg adult July
lbbg adult August
lbbg adult September
lbbg adult October
lbbg adult November
lbbg adult December

LBBG 1cy E74 , June 25 - August 06 2004, Maasvlakte, the Netherlands. 

Nest 399, C-young. Bird still tie wrapped, not darvic ringed on June 18 2004 (July 11 2004). Caught today for measurements. All coverts still juvenile in right wing.

nest 399 green LTU (B-egg) 390 gram
25 June black LTU (A-egg) 469 gram
green RTI (C-egg) 432 gram

LBBG 1cy E74E & E76E,July 13 2004, Maasvlakte, the Netherlands.

Both birds, from the same nests, still in juvenile plumage. No sign of malnutrition or virus / bacterial infection.

Below: LBBG 1cy E74E & E76E,July 13 2004, Maasvlakte, the Netherlands.

First sign of malnutrition or virus / bacterial infection. E76 has missing coverts in the right wing. Note missing feathers in the side-neck. Primaries fully grown, P10 > P9.

LBBG 1cyE74E &E76E August 06 2004, ECT, Maasvlakte, the Netherlands.

Two birds ringed left red E74 & E76, right yellow E, from the same nest, with three fledged juveniles. E75, not in the picture, fledged as healthy young, in complete juvenile plumage. These two birds, E74 & E76, appeared to have been infected by some kind of virus or other illness. The impact is clearly visible in the rear wing and back of the birds. Outer primaries, except P10 were dropped, the complete tail is missing, and several feather tracts are heavily influenced. Some lower tertials are growing again in E76, now second generation feathers and later this month, the outer primaries were replaced as well, second generation feathers as well.