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Researchers became concerned when 12,000 puffins were washed up dead in France after Pembrokeshire's birds went south for the winter months.
Despite their small stature puffins are fairly hardy birds, adept at coping with the harsh conditions of life at sea.
org, the Puffin Cams are the latest addition to its Pearls of the Planet initiative, a portfolio of live video feeds installed around the world to help people everywhere deepen their connection to nature and fall in love with the world again.
are The Ah-ha-ha, say the puffin boffins, but you do not need to see the green man.
This is the first time we have supplied Puffin Produce and, as a result, it has created three new jobs in addition to the existing 40 employees.
The wet, windy summer in 2012 hit the population of Atlantic puffins on the Farne Islands in Northumberland, said the trust.
These and other improvements have enabled Puffin Produce to take on new customers.
Entrants to the Puffin Children's Prize competition were asked to design a cover for Grimm's Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm.
Artist Adrian Moule from the Phoenix Art Group will work with young people and parents to design their own book covers to some of the titles of Puffin Books.
You will receive your library of Puffin Bestsellers within 28 days of the closing date.
Neither Smyths Toy Superstores nor MGN Ltd shall be liable for any delay or failure to provide the free Puffin Bestseller Collection items or otherwise fulfill this promotion where the delay or failure is caused by something outside of their reasonable control.
Although they do not nest on Puffin Island, the bird's scientific name is Puffinus Puffinus (though they aren't actually puffins at all).