Peter, K, Newton, G. T, Sutherby, J. C, Wilson, C. J, Heard, C. D. R, Lewis, V, Ormerod, S. J, Baker, K, Tyler, S. J & Christie, D. A / December 1988 – vol. 81, issue 12, pp 641–649 Fulmar attempting to take young Raven from nest. On 29th April 1985, while walking along the cliffs at Yesnaby, Mainland, Orkney, I approached a traditional nest site of a Raven Corvus corax. From about 150 m, I looked through binoculars at the nest, which appeared to be occupied only by one young Raven. Suddenly, a Fulmar Fulmams glacialis landed at the nest, seized the chick with its bill and at... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.