The silver-grey or Southern Fulmar petrels were present in large numbers, especially about the steep north-eastern side of the island.
"The Home of the Blizzard" by Douglas Mawson
Jostled by the other fulmars, or gulls, who tried to push her off the rocks, she sent for her father.
"The New North" by Agnes Deans Cameron
The fulmar petrel exists in myriads at St. Kilda and other haunts of the species, yet it lays only one egg.
"Darwinism (1889)" by Alfred Russel Wallace
We saw several fulmars and arctic gulls, and passed two trees, both appearing to have lain in the water a long time.
"A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17" by Robert Kerr
There were fulmars in thousands, eager to pounce down upon the morsels which they knew would be their share.
"Peter the Whaler" by W.H.G. Kingston
Hundreds of puffins and fulmars were in the air, and skimming the waters.
"The Billow and the Rock" by Harriet Martineau
In greed it competes with the fulmar.
"The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II" by A.E. Nordenskieold
The earth was blue with summer, and the fulmar cried noisily on the bird cliff.
"Eskimo Folktales" by Unknown
They lay but a single white egg, the average dimensions of which are slightly smaller than those of the common Fulmar.
"The Bird Book" by Chester A. Reed
We then determined to shoot birds, but the auks flew too high, and all we got was a couple of fulmars.
"Farthest North" by Fridtjof Nansen
FULMARS, PETRELS AND SHEARWATERS.
"Color Key to North American Birds" by Frank M. Chapman
From its power of wing and its general habits, the fulmar of the north may be likened to the albatross of the southern hemisphere.
"Arctic Adventures" by W.H.G. Kingston
The fulmars, shearwaters, petrels, and albatrosses are strictly maritime.
"Elementary Zoology, Second Edition" by Vernon L. Kellogg