Ducks and snipe, teal and guillemots were assembled in thousands.
"The Mysterious Island" by Jules Verne
Claretie, Guillemot and Germain Casse, with whom I want to shake hands before I go.
"The Memoirs of Victor Hugo" by Victor Hugo
Besides, they found a little shooting, and brought down ducks, and geese, and guillemots, or sea turtledoves.
"The Field of Ice" by Jules Verne
The guillemot makes no nest, merely laying a single egg on a ledge.
"Yorkshire Painted And Described" by Gordon Home
A memorial to one Antonio Guillemot should be noticed.
"Wanderings in Wessex" by Edric Holmes
There are some curlew about, and the guillemots are in thousands.
"Lippincott's Magazine. Vol. XII, No. 33. December, 1873." by Various
French, "Guillemot a capuchon," "Guillemot troile.
"Birds of Guernsey (1879)" by Cecil Smith
Now take the case of the Guillemot.
"Territory in Bird Life" by H. Eliot Howard
There myriads of gulls, kittiwakes, murres, guillemots, and such like creatures, made the ice alive with feathered forms.
"The Goddess of Atvatabar" by William R. Bradshaw
Stephen Guillemot sat over his uncomfortable breakfast-table in the rooms he shared with his friend, and cursed his luck.
"Man and Maid" by E. (Edith) Nesbit
If you were to travel to the northern coastal regions, you might see the guillemot, a small sea bird that lives on the rocky arctic cliffs.
The caves harbor pelagic cormorants and pigeon guillemots where they roost comfortably in the damp alcoves.
), designed by Nick Shade of Guillemot Kayaks.
Joker's Peace ventures out to an abandoned beach house at Guillemot Cove in search of something breathtaking.
Mike Guillemot joins Sojourn Aviation from his most recent position at Hawker Beechcraft Corporation as the Hawker Regional Sales Manager, based in the Chicago area for 16 years.