Seabird Group Seabird Group

Seabird 24 (2011)

ISSN 1757-5842


MEEK, E. R., BOLTON, M., FOX, D. & REMP, J. 2011. Breeding skuas in Orkney: a 2010 census indicates density-dependent population change driven by both food supply and predation. Seabird 24: 1-10

HEUBECK, M., AARVAK, T., ISAKSEN, K., JOHNSEN, A., PETERSEN, I. K. & ANKER-NILSSEN, T. 2011. Mass mortality of adult Razorbills Alca torda in the Skagerrak and North Sea area, autumn 2007. Seabird 24: 11-32

VAN GROUW, H. J., RUSSELL, S. & MERNE, O. J. 2011. Notes on colour aberrations in Common Guillemot Uria aalge and Northern Gannet Morus bassanus Seabird 24: 33-41

MUUSSE, M., MUUSSE, T., BUIJS, R.-J., ALTENBURG, R., GIBBINS, C. & LUIJENDIJK, B.-J. 2011. Phenotypic characteristics and moult commencement in breeding Dutch Herring Gulls Larus argentatus & Lesser Black-Backed Gulls Larus fuscus. Seabird 24: 42-59

BOLTON. M., WATT, R., FOWLER. E., HENRY, L. & CLINGHAM, E. 2011. Re-colonisation and successful breeding of Masked Boobies Sula dactylatra on mainland St Helena, South Atlantic, in the presence of Feral Cats Felis catus. Seabird 24: 60-71

ÁLVAREZ-LAÓ, C. 2011. A review of the status of the Herring Gull Larus argentatus in Spain . Seabird 24: 72-82

ASHBROOK, K., WANLESS, S., HEUBECK, M., HARRIS, M. P. & HAMER, K. C. 2011. Kleptoparasitism in Common Guillemots Uria aalge at two colonies during a period of poor food availability. Seabird 24: 83-89

SELLERS, R. M. & SHACKLETON, D. 2011. Numbers, distribution and population trends of large gulls breeding in Cumbria, northwest England. Seabird 24: 90-102


NISBET, I. C. T., SZCZYS, P., MOSTELLO, C. S. & FOX, J. W. 2011. Female Common Terns Sterna hirundo start autumn migration earlier than males. Seabird 24: 103-107

LE NEVÉ, A., DELORD, K., BARBRAUD, C., BARBRAUD, J.-C. & FORTIN, M. 2011. Interspecific brood parasitism by the Common Eider Somateria mollissima at Er Valant Island, Brittany, France. Seabird 24: 107-109


A Field Guide to Monitoring Nests and Multimedia Identification Guide to North Atlantic Seabirds, Storm-petrels & Bulwer's Petrel. Seabird 24: 110-112