Just then the sea-swallow shot again overhead, uttering its low, mournful cry.
The Italians compare it with the sea-swallow, which is a gull.
The sea-swallow, whirling through the azure heavens, soars thus over the blade of grass that marks its nest.
The sea-swallow shot past him, too, with its low mournful cry.
The sea-swallow shot over him too, with its low, mournful cry.
The birds are a species of sea-swallow which builds in cliffs and rocks.
A name on our northern coasts for the Sterna hirundo, the tern, or sea-swallow.
It is supposed that the sea-swallow derives his materials for the edible bird's nests at Borneo from this fucus.
The sea-swallow is said to get his food in a very singular way.
Might not one fancy that he saw a sea-swallow, white as the dove of the Ark, soaring over a bottomless abyss?