National Geographic : 1935 Aug
. National Geographic Society Finlay Photograph by B.Anthony Stewart ROCHER PERCE LOOMS OFF THE COAST LIKE A GIANT BATTLESHIP MOORED IN HARBOR Sea birds wheel and scream at visitors who go out in small boats to see the holes tides have bored through itsbase at one end. Herring gulls and cormorants find the inaccessible ledges an ideal nesting place. Bonaventure Island in the distance, once thehaunt of aprivateer captain, isnow asanctuary, guarded by one of his descendants, for countless gannets, kittiwakes, auks, and murres.