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  1. Stonefaction

    Gull with yellow legs, Scotland

    Thanks, Dean. It looks like it is between a hybrid HG x LBBG and perhaps a Lusitanus(-type) YLG, which are apparently smaller and do have some head streaking (the bird's streaking does appear to be limited to a BHG hood shaped pattern though this could be only partial plumage). There is a small...
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    Gull with yellow legs, Scotland

    A few more flight/open wing shots.
  3. Stonefaction

    Gull with yellow legs, Scotland

    Thanks, Smiths. I suspect a hybrid is more likely, but I did have a look at Azorean Yellow Legged Gull which is smaller than Herring Gull - wasn't sure about other YLG races though. I knew that Yellow Legged Gull is usually quite a big gull, but not all races are. "Omissus" Herring Gull has also...
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    Gull with yellow legs, Scotland

    Saw this slightly odd looking gull at Arbroath, Scotland on Sunday. It looked just slightly smaller than the Herring Gulls it was stood beside but wasn't nearly as dark as a nearby Lesser Black Backed Gull though it did have yellow legs. Any ideas as to what it is/definitely isn't? First 4...
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