glaucoides & kumlieni

(last update: October 12, 2011)

Coordinators:
Dave Brown (Canada)
Bruce Mactavish (Canada)
Chris Gibbins (Scotland)
Peter Adriaens (Belgium)
Mars Muusse (Netherlands)

Iceland & Kumlien's Gull 2cy September - December

Banded birds

Iceland Gull (kumlieni) J4 2nd cycle - 3rd cycle (2CY-4CY), December 2013, December 2014 & January 2015, Quidi Vidi Lake, St. John's, Newfoundland. Picture: Alvan Buckley.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) L0 1st cycle - 2nd cycle (2CY-3CY), March 2015 & November 2015 -January 2016, Quidi Vidi Lake, St. John's, Newfoundland. Picture: Lancy Cheng & Frank King.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) M6 2nd cycle (2CY), December 10 2015, Pleasantville, Newfoundland. Picture: Lisa de Leon.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 3T 1st-2nd cycle (2CY-3CY), February-April 2015 & December 2015 - January 2016, Quidi Vidi Lake, St. John's, Newfoundland. Picture: Alvan Buckley, Lancy Cheng & Frank King.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 3Z 1st & 2nd cycle (2CY-3CY), March 2015 & December 2015 - January 2016, Quidi Vidi Lake, St. John's, Newfoundland. Picture: Lancy Cheng, Lisa de Leon & Frank King.

Birds with ghost mirrors on P9 /P10

Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 2nd cycle (2CY), December 27 2012, Toronto, Ontario. Picture: Amar Ayyash.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 2nd cycle (2CY), December 23-25 2014, Lake County & Cook County, IL. Picture: Amar Ayyash.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 2nd cycle (2CY), December 28-29 2012, Bluffers Park - Toronto. Picture: Declan Troy.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 2nd cycle (2CY), December 28-29 2012, Bluffers Park - Toronto. Picture: Declan Troy.
Iceland Gull (kumlieni) 2nd cycle (2CY), November 03 2014, Stevenson compost, Tompkins Co, NY. Picture: Kevin McGowan.
probable Glaucous x Kumlien's Gull 1st-3rd cycle (2CY), February 2013 - February 2015, Long Beach, Stratford, CT. Picture: Keith Mueller. Bird that became known as "Mr Longbeach", spending subsequent winters at this location. A bulky powerful bird, in many ways intermediate between Glaucous and Kumlien's, in vocals, in size in direct comparison to Herring Gulls, in flight, characteristics, behaviour, and in 'Gestalt'.