Fulmars sitting in trees.--Fulmars Fulmarus glaciatis in east Sutherland have been noted for their versatility ever since Frank Darling and Averil Morley recorded that they -were frequenting the roof of Dunrobin Castle, Golspie, in 1947 {Brit. Birds, 40: 253). The first young Fulmar was reared on the roof of the castle in 1955, and from 1962 onwards Fulmars have laid eggs and attempted to bring up...

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