When they want to hide, they burrow under one of these rookeries.
There is a little pond near the rookeries, and by it a row of elms.
They go for the first time to the rookeries in their second year.
Some of 'em are like skeletons when they leave the rookeries in August.
The slum landlord would have had us believe that it must perish with his rookeries.
The harems on all the rookeries were counted in both seasons.
Two, the Kings and the Macaroni, deposit their eggs in these rookeries.
Out from the rookeries they heard the cries of the seals as from the shipwrecked.
These antarctic "rookeries" sometimes hold tens of thousands.
Sailors, tired of ship's fare, often visit these "rookeries."