10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TYSTIE»
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Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications
Tystie. Cephua. — Cue, 1 North European tystie. C. grylle, Cuvier. 2 Long-Mlled
tystie. C. areticns, Brehm. 3 MeisnerV tystie. C. Meisneri, Brehm. 4 Faroe tystie. C.
Faroeiisis, Brehm. 5 Ice tystie. C. glacialis, Brehm. Genus III. Mergulus of Ray.
Constable and co, ltd, 1826
American Ornithology: Or The Natural History of the Birds of ...
Genus IL Tystie. Cephus. — Cuv. 1 North European tystie. C. grylle, Cuvier. 2
Long-billed tystie. C. arcticus, Brehm. 3 Meisner's tystie. C. Meisneri, Brehm. 4
Faroe tystie. C. Faroensis, Brehm. 5 Ice tystie. C. glacialis, Brehm. Genus IIL
Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, Robert Jameson, 1831
Constable's miscellany of original and selected publications ...
Tystie. Cephus. — Cuv. 1 North European tystie. C. grylle, Cuvier. 2 Long-billed
tystie. C. arcticus, Brehm. 3 Meisner's tystie. C. Meisneri, Brehm. 4 Faroe tystie. C.
Faruensis, Brehm. 5 Ice tystie. C. glacialis, Brehm. * Genus III. Mergulus of Ray.
Archibald Constable, 1831
RSPB Handbook of Scottish Birds
BLACK. GUILLEMOT. OR. TYSTIE. CEPPHUSGRYLLE W OODPIGEON
COLUMBA PALUMBUS. IDENTIFICATION 30–32 cm. Pigeon-sized. Smaller than
Guillemot with long neck and bright red legs. Breeding plumage is sooty black
with an ...
Peter Holden, Stuart Housden, 2009
The Book of Naturalists: An Anthology of the Best Natural ...
... grebe to the extent of being a pert, somewhat dumpy, little diver. We might
appropriately give it Shakespeare's apt name for the dabchick — "the dive-
dapper." Along the Antrim coast it is called the "sea-pigeon," and in the Shet-
The Northern Isles: Orkney and Shetland Sea Kayaking
The black guillemot, or 'tystie' as it is known in Shetland, is one of our most
popular birds. It is very recognisable, being jet black all over except for a
prominent white wing patch and a delicate black beak and red legs. They are
found in ...
Tom Smith, Chris Jex, 2007
Offshore Ferry Services of England and Scotland: A Useful ...
In later years small motor vessels like the Viking worked to Yell Sound, the Tystie
from Ulsta Pier and the Osprey, which was the relief boat, crossed Bluemull
Sound from Gutcher and Bellmont, and this continued until the early 19505. At
Wild country: a Highland naturalist's notes and pictures
TH E puffin is a good fellow though much of his appeal for us lies in his
buffoonery. Our delight in the black guillemot (I much prefer the Shetland name of
tystie) is in its charm of form and behaviour. The tystie is fashioned on finer lines
than the ...
Frank Fraser Darling, 1938
The Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland
Interestingly, its range here—and indeed in the whole of the NE Atlantic—is
almost contained within that region of former Viking influence which has left us, in
various forms derived from the Old Norse, the name Tystie which is still in general
Black Guillemot or Tystie. Cepphus columba. Pigeon Guillemot or Tystie.
Cepphus carbo. Spectacled Guillemot or Tystie. Brachyrhamphus marmoratus.
Marbled Murrelet. Brachyrhamphus breuirostris. Kittlitz's Murrelet.
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TYSTIE»
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Calls for retention of coastguard tug
... cargo vessel Myrte in the Fair Isle channel last week that led to the vessel being taken under tow by the Sullom Voe tug Tystie while the Herakles stood watch. «Shetland Times Online, Oct 14»
Cargo ship drifting after engine room fire
The Orkney-based coastguard tug Herakles then arrived on the scene to stand by, before the Sullom Voe tug Tystie came to take the Myrte under tow. No-one ... «Shetland Times Online, Oct 14»
Gavin and Stacey actress stars in documentary Alison Steadman's …
They also take Alison to see a guillemot or 'tystie' as they are known on Shetland. Shetland's shores are rich with seafood and Alison is invited to go foraging on ... «stv.tv, Jun 14»
Alison Steadman's Shetland
They also take Alison to see a guillemot or tystie as they are known on Shetland. Shetland's shores are rich with seafood and Alison is invited to go foraging on ... «ITV News, Jun 14»
Newsround's top 5 British islands
It's a bird-watcher's dream - home to sea bird species such as puffins, kittiwakes, tysties, ravens and the great Skua. Throughout the islands you can also spot ... «CBBC Newsround, Feb 14»
On Friday, the SIC tug Tystie and the port's pilot boat Kebister towed the floatel from the Albert Wharf to Holmsgarth berth 4. A spokeswoman for the port said the ... «Shetland News, Dec 13»
Kinetics divers encounter a monster from the deep
... and Chris Watt from Ocean Kinetics when they were inspecting the thrusters on the tug Tystie. In the area of the tug's berth they came across a monster lobster, ... «Shetland Times Online, Jun 13»
Powerful new Sullom Voe tugs finally arrive
They were accompanied by two of the existing Sullom Voe tugs, Tystie and Dunter, on their final approach into harbour. The new tugs stopped only twice in the ... «Shetland Times Online, Feb 11»