The eider-duck, guillemot and other sea-birds are in some parts valuable for food in winter, and so is the ptarmigan.
They are rich in sea-fowl, the most common being the eider duck, puffin, Manx shearwater, black guillemot, kittiwake and herring gull.
Rest assured, however, that he is currently cleaning guillemot guano from the team's climbing equipment with his tongue.
One freshly dead guillemot was examined by a local veterinary center and was found to have damage to the inside roof of the mouth.
guillemot guano from the team's climbing equipment with his tongue.
guillemot eggs was amassed through liaisons with egg collecting gangs established at Bempton cliffs near Flamborough.
There's a baby guillemot in a box in our spare bedroom.
lifers in the form of Pigeon Guillemot and Black Oystercatcher.
Look out for seabirds diving for fish, including cormorants, shags, razorbill and guillemot.
(See GAREFOWL; also GUILLEMOT, PUFFIN, RAZORBILL.)
There is an immense variety of water-fowl, including the phalarope, fulmar petrel, kittiwake, Manx shearwater, black guillemot, whimbrel, puffin and white-tailed eagle.
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