The sexes are similar in appearance and in the breeding season, the adult has a white head and very pale grey neck and underparts. The mantle and back are greyish-black and the tail is white with a broad black subterminal band and a white trailing edge. The wing coverts and primaries are black and the secondaries dark grey with white tips. The eye is black, the bill yellow with a distinctive red and black tip, and the legs and feet yellow. Outside the breeding season the head is dark brown with a white ring surrounding the eye.
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Simeons Meeuw, Simeonsmeeuw Norwegian: Non-breeding adults have a brownish-black head and a white eye-ring.
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Larus belcheri Vigors, 1829
Bibliography Only subscribers are able to see the bibliography. The sexes are similar in appearance and in the breeding season, the adult has a white head and very pale grey neck and underparts. It is a blackish mantled gull, and the body appears white from a distance. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file. MyAvibase allows you to create and manage your own lifelists, and produce useful reports to help you plan your next birding excursion.
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