One very dark, certainly a Baltic fuscus, one, the larger one, presumed as a Heuglin's and the other two LBBGs presumed as intermedius/graellsii.
The presumed intermedius, 2/10/07, large mirror, no moult in wing covers.
Baltic Gull, L. f. fuscus, much smaller than michahellis.
October 5, additions
October 11, addition
Two LBBGs of the fuscus complex with a L. michahelis. The one in the middle probably the same individual from October, 5 but the smaller one had more obvious moult in greater coverts and more head markings.
October 18, additions
The small individual of the previous picture? together with a Baltic and 2 YLGs. The LBBG was looking even smaller than the Baltic, with many head markings and so it is not a heuglini. Any possibility of being a graellsii?
The same LBBG showing heavy moult on its covers.
October 24, additions
A medium-size LBBG, heavy head markings, a new individual, where from?
One, still moulting wing coverts, another intermedius?
Another small-sized individual with few head markings and light colour, too small for heuglini?