A small and delicately built individual and most likely a female. Mostly (2. gen) ashy grey upperparts with a broad, diffuse shaft streak on mantle/scaps and anchor-patterns on the coverts. Juvenile flightfeathers and rectrices. Very likely intermedius from the local population(?).
A completely different individual with pale grey mantle and scapulars with distinct anchors - a feather-pattern reflected in the renewed coverts.
Contrasting in flight, very reminiscent of an autumn/early winter michahellis. In this individual the head/bill - shape adds to this similarity. Note also the rather conspicuous window on the inner primaries, a feature many spring 2cy LBBG's show up here, probably due to wear.
A huge and mean-looking individual with pale, slate grey new mantle, scapulars and coverts. Very similar to #3 with which it was seen side by side, but bigger and with paler grey plumage.
A small individual that unfortunately was only observed and photographed (well, sort of..) from a very long distance. The photos don't offer much, but it is visible that the bird had a full set of new primaries and secondaries. The entire tail was also renewed. This is of course indicative of fuscus, but heaven knows with these birds...