King of Gulls

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marsmuusse
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King of Gulls

Post by marsmuusse » Mon Mar 12, 2012 5:27 pm

No field research needed, no graphs to add, no migration patterns to investigate, no regional differences in plumage, no distinguishing P10 pattern, just...
Gull-nography? Many thanks to Amir!

http://gull-research.org/ichthyaetus/pallasadult.html
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Cristian Mihai
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Re: King of Gulls

Post by Cristian Mihai » Mon Mar 12, 2012 6:51 pm

Yep, great shots, beautiful species. We have a few pairs on the Black Sea coast and from time to time there are records in the south-eastern part of the country...

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Re: King of Gulls

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Re: King of Gulls

Post by JanJ » Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:27 am

Yes, a rather exeptional find one can think, on a frozen lake in the middle of nowhere with a few herrings. We usually speak of this gull turning up somewhere around Öland and Skåne southeast and southern sweden ;)

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