Western, Glaucous-winged, and Western X Glaucous-winged Specimens for Research

These wings, photographed with a digital camera, represent adult Glaucous-winged and Western gulls and some hybrids between them. A few are accompanied by iris and eyering colors.

12034 Glaucous-winged male, Pierce Co., WA; Feb.

12122 Glaucous-winged male, King Co., WA; Feb.

12298 Glaucous-winged female, King Co., WA; Jan.

20136 Glaucous-winged male, Alaska; summer 

20139 Glaucous-winged male, Alaska; summer

20570 Glaucous-winged male, Pierce Co., WA; Dec.

22479 Glaucous-winged male, King Co., WA; Dec; iris pale brown tan, extremely fine brown flecks, eyering pale orange

17094 hybrid male, Pierce Co., WA; Dec; iris brown, eyering pale red

17095 hybrid male, Pierce Co., WA; Dec; iris brown, eyering pale red

17097 hybrid female, Pierce Co., WA; Dec; iris yellow with brown tinge, eyering pale yellow

12464 Western male, Grays Harbor Co., WA; April

17093 Western female, Pierce Co., WA; Dec; iris pale yellow, eyering pale yellow-orange

20569 Western male, Mason Co., WA; Feb.

21917 Western male, Grays Harbor Co., WA; March

22133 Western female, Grays Harbor Co., WA; March