Breeding Species
  • Heubeck, M., Mellor, R.M., Gear, S. & Miles, W.T.S. (2015) "Population and breeding dynamics of European Shags Phalacrocorax aristotelis at three major colonies in Shetland, 2001-15" Seabird 28:55-77
  • Frederiksen, M., Wright, P.J., Harris, M.P., Mavor, R.A., Heubeck, M. & Wanless, S. (2005) "Regional patterns of kittiwake Rissa tridactyla breeding success are related to variability in sandeel recruitment" Mar Ecol Prog Ser 300:201-211

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  • Wikipedia - Foula (Old Norse Fuglaey, "bird island", compare Norwegian FuglÝy, "bird island", Scottish Gaelic Fughlaigh) in the Shetland Islands of Scotland, is one of Great Britainís most remote permanently inhabited islands. Owned since the turn of the 20th century by the Holbourn family, the island was the location for the film The Edge of the World. RMS Oceanic was wrecked on the nearby Shaalds of Foula.