National Geographic : 1938 Aug
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE © Ronald M. Lockley AUTHOR AND FAMILY FORSAKE SKOKHOLM, BUT ONLY FOR A SUMMER EVENING CRUISE Storm Petrel spreads her fine-weather sails, and the islanders set forth to procure a bit of supper. Lines trail astern to lure mackerel and pollack, which will soon be transferred to the frying pan. When Mr. Lockley first made his home on Skokholm, he included fishing among his commercial enterprises, but later gave it up for more profitable occupations (page 267). In the trim boat many cruises are made to adjoining islands, where more bird lore is acquired.