Richard Tyler and Phil Gower / November 2019 – vol. 112, issue 11, pp 683 During a recent trip to Iceland, we were struck by the colour of the normally white underparts of some of the Red-throated Divers Gavia stellata at the Flói reserve in southern Iceland (plates 379 & 380). Most of the birds at this site had a variable orange suffusion of the lower foreneck, breast and (to a lesser extent) belly. Birds seen in other parts of Iceland during the same trip did not... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.