Razorbill – 1949

Alca torda britannica

Mathew describes it as a common summer resident, but less numerous than Guillemot or Puffin, and mentions the following breeding stations: Caldey, St Margaret’s, Skokholm, Skomer, Grassholm, Ramsey and various mainland cliffs.  Breeds today in suitable sites from Cemmaes Head to Caldey.  Decreased during the recent war, probably because of oil-pollution.

R.M.Lockley, G.C.S.Ingram, H.M.Salmon, 1949, The Birds of Pembrokeshire, The West Wales Field Society

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