Larus cachinnans

(last update: February 16, 2013)

Coordinator:
Peter Adriaens (Belgium)
Ies Meulmeester (Netherlands)

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Larus cachinnans 1CY PLG DN-28060 November 19 2012, Deponie Pohlsche Heide - Minden, Germany (52°23'05N, 08°46'45E). Picture: Armin Deutsch.

Metal ring from Poland, PLG DN-28060, cachinnans ringed as pullus on May 10 2012 by Marcin Sidelnik, in Wyspa na Wisle, Kepa Nadbrzeska (= Island in the Vistula River, Kepa Nadbrzeska), near Warschau, Poland (52°01' N, 21°13' E). This colony holds a mixed population, with cachinnans dominating and argentatus, michahellis and even single fuscus breeding as well. Details on the composition of these breeding colonies, see LOCATIONS and RESULTS and ORIGIN & MIGRATION.

Recoveries:
DN 28060 10-5-2012 Wyspa na Wisle, Kepa Nadbrzeska cach colony pull 52°01'00"  21°13'00"
DN 28060 19-11-2012 Deponie Pohlsche Heide Steppenmöwe 1cy 52°23'04"  08°46'53"

No coverts and no tertials replaced.