Yellow-legged Gull - Larus michahellis

(last update: October 08 2013)

Delfín González
Gabriel Martín
Antonio Gutierrez
Amir Ben Dov
Mars Muusse

Yellow-legged Gull michahellis 2CY G0.41 August 2010, Málaga, Spain. Picture: Gabriel Martín.

Mediterranean michahellis, 2CY ringed black G0·41 by Salva García, from Málaga. It was ringed as pullus in summer 2009, in the urban colony of Málaga, on a roof very close to the harbour. It was observed in the harbour in July 27th, 2010, by Salva and Gabriel. This bird may well be a male. Note that new feathers have a creamy brown tone, and the old feathers have a bleached, faded pale base-colour. Facial mask is conspicuous.

Still in complete moult: P7/-.