The Scar Rocks Gannetry, 1942

01 September 1942
Comments Main paper THE Scar Rocks lie. at the entrance to Ltice Bay in Wigtownshire, almost due east of the Mull of Galloway. They include the main rock, known as the Big Scar and several smaller rocks that lie about half a mile away. These smaller rocks are only about twen...
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The Irish Gannet Colonies, 1938

01 March 1939
Comments Main paper THE two main breeding-stations of the Gannet (Sula bassana) in Ireland, Little Skellig and the Bull Rock, are situated off the coasts of Cork and Kerry. Owing to its exposed position in a remote locality attempts to land on Little Skellig have rarely been...
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