In Thompson, 1918 (one of 59 points in his Fig. 1, for whales taken off the Hebrides between 1908 and 1914, by Norwegian whalers). Out of 66 (Hebrides + Shetlands): 3 were taken in May; 43 in June; 19 in July; 1 in August. Collett 1909 also noted that "the schools [in 1908] consisted of several hundred", and "the plankton-bearing currents probably flowed nearer land than in 1907, for the whales might be met with quite in the shallow water between islands and rocks. Their stay this year was of only three week's duration". Also mentioned by Reid et al. 2003 and IWC 2013.