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 Mar-April
lbbg 2cy May
lbbg 2cy June
lbbg 2cy July
lbbg 2cy August
lbbg 2cy September
lbbg 2cy October
lbbg 2cy Nov - Dec

lbbg 3cy Jan-April
lbbg 3cy May
lbbg 3cy June
lbbg 3cy July
lbbg 3cy August
lbbg 3cy September
lbbg 3cy October
lbbg 3cy Nov - Dec

lbbg sub-ad Jan-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 Nov - Dec

Lesser Black-backed Gull intermedius J965Z 2CY, February 07 2017, Aguda beach - Gaia, Portugal. Picture: José Marques.

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Color ring - N[J965Z]
Metallic ring - 4280235
EURING code - 05910 - www.cr-birding.org/node/793
Right leg (tarsus) – Metallic ring
Left leg (tarsus) - Black ring with a white five-alpha numeric code
Ringer - Morten Helberg - Carsten Lome
Age at first ring - Pullus - Date - 2016.07.10
Place where ringed - Raudskjæra, Asker, Akershus & Oslo, Norway

Type of bird - Larus fuscus
Age & Sexe - Immature - Unknown

Date of the sighting - 07.02.2017 - Time - afternoon
- my sightings/2017 - 1 - total of my sightings: 1
Place - Aguda beach, V.N.Gaia, Portugal
Coordinates: - 41.0257 – 8.3920

Date Location Observer
10.07.2016 Raudskjæra, Asker, Akershus & Oslo, Norway – ringers
04.08.2016 Raudskjæra, Asker, Akershus & Oslo, Norway - Molværsmyr, Sindre - Opedal, Vemund
11.09.2016 Sandstranda, Krokstadelva, Nedre Eiker, Buskerud, Norway - Lome, Carsten - Mikalsen, Christoffer - Molværsmyr, Sindre
07/02/2017 Aguda beach, V.N.Gaia, Portugal – José Marques

Most scaps replaced, coverts and tertials still juvenile.