This first-year Ivory Gull stayed at Örland in middle Norway in November 2001. The species is a rare (not annual) bird along the coast of mainland Norway. This individual spent much of its time feeding on a corpse of a desiccated Little Auk when I photographed it.
The quality of the photos is unfortunantely rather poor. I went out of Kodachrome 200, and had to buy 400 iso negative film (Kodak Gold) wich I forced into 800 iso. The prints were scanned afterwards. The original negatives are missing, but hopefully they will turn up again, and better quality images can be posted.
November 2018: Fieldwork in three IBA's in Nepal (EN)