Guga as food should be left as "guga" in English imo. Nobody calls it gannet.
Gannets are alive and well, and can be found all around the British Isles. My last sighting was off Holy Island in Northumbria.
I don't think I suggested otherwise, did I?
Why is it "Is" rather than "Tha" ?
Why would you not write salann in your sentence as only guga that arrives from Sula sgeir is salted.
Aren't gannets called "guga" while they're alive, as well?