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"Intermediate" Fulmar - Havhest - Fulmarus glacialis
Stormfågel -  Mallemuk -  Myrskylintu - Noordse stormvogel - Eissturmvogel - Fulmar boréal - Fulmar Boreal


Northern Fulmar occurs in a number of phases from the darkest "blue" birds to some very pale individuals indeed and a mix of things in-between. This is one of the commonest seabirds encountered in the North Sea and darker birds are surprisingly regular even as far south as the southern Norwegian sector.


This page presents some images of "intermediate" birds that are not dark enough to warrant the term "Blue".


For pictures and information about Blue Fulmar see this page and for more on "normal" Fulmars see this page.

Intermediate Fulmar
Above and below: Intermediate Fulmar, Southern Norwegian Sector, May 2014

Intermediate Fulmar




Intermediate Fulmar Intermediate Fulmar
"Intermediate" Fulmar, southern Norwegian Sector, May 2014  "Intermediate" Fulmar, southern Norwegian Sector, May 2014



Intermediate Fulmar
Intermediate Fulmar, Southern Norwegian Sector, May 2014



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