A small group of nesting fulmars sits chattering together on the high ledges above North Gully. Some in pairs; some singles whose mates are out for food. In one case, it’s a threesome and late in the recording the third is noisily chased off.
Argumentative guillemots can also be heard, as well as razorbills and some seals.
The fulmars chattering is almost like a clucking sound; a bit staccato.