Vega Gulls Larus
October 25th 2006 Miura Kanagawa Japan
include some non-pure vegae ('taimyrensis').
that most individuals still have some old primaries.
Same individual as above.
4th? winter showing an advanced primary molt. This primary
molt overlaps with Mongolian Gull. But the dense and soft
mottling on the neck/breast is likely to be Vega Gull rather
than Mongolian Gull.
The individual on the right seems to have a black marking on
P3 and slight yellowish tone in its legs. Those features may
suggest this individual is a non-pure Vega Gull.