1cy, female October. This tail looks fairly fresh, but retained juvenile feathers are narrow and distinctly notched. The dark internal patterns are distinctly set off, cover most of each feather centre, and run along the shaft all the way to the tip/notch. The post-juvenile moult has started from the central pair, moulted feathers being broader, fresher, and lack notching. This is most easily seen in the third fully grown post-juvenile RR on the right-hand side, also showing a fairly horizontal pale area across the entire feather. The dark colour is obviously blacker compared to brownish in the retained RR. Usually, fresh adult feathers show warmer buff colouration as well. [90A88487]