Lesser Black-backed Gull (graellsii & intermedius)

(last update: 27-2-2011)

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LBBG graellsii 2cy WC9F February 14 2007, Anza-Agadir, Morocco. Picture: Morten Helberg.

PVC black WC9F and metal BTO ringed at S Walney colony in 2006 by David Sowter.
The South Walney Nature Reserve (54°03'N/03°12'W): With permission of Cumbria Wildlife Trust and the warden(s) of the reserve, there has been ringing of gulls on this dune site at the south end of Walney island since at least the early 1960's. The ringing was continued led by Ian Spence and Rob Shaw through the 1980's and 1990's.

Scapulars replaced. Wing-coverts and tertials still juvenile.