Sule Skerry – an overspill gannetry from Sule Stack
Author(s): Harris, M.P., Blackburn, J., Budworth, D. & Blackburn, A.C.
Published: November 2020 Pages: 10pp
Journal: Seabird Volume: 32View publication
NotesWe thank the many members of the Sule Skerry Ringing Group who helped with fieldwork and the Seabird Group for financial support, Stuart Murray and John Love for supplying their pictures of Sule Stack and Sule Skerry respectively, Bob Anderson of MV Halton and his various crew members for safely ferrying us to and from the island and Sarah Wanless and Steve Votier for substantially improving the manuscript.
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