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Snapped this at Esquimalt Lagoon outside of Victoria the other day. Looking at what Peterson's, Audubon and others have to say I'm convinced that it is a Black-bellied, but someone mentioned that it could be a juvenile AGP.

What do you think? I'm looking at the weak supercilium and wing tips that DON'T extend past the tail tip.

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