Nest lined with grass.
Mainly fish, which it sometimes ' robs' from
It will also kill and feed on smaller birds.
A common technique is to fly up to a Gannet in
and grab it by the wing, so that it stalls
and falls into
the sea, where the Great Skua
then physically attacks
it until it surrenders its catch.
Streaked greyish brown, white wing flashes and black cap.
Their tail is short
50 - 58 cm.
125 - 140 cm.
April - July.
Usually two spotted olive-brown eggs.