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Additional information about the Puffin Patrol association would be useful, but addendums revealing miscellaneous puffin facts and suggestions on ways to help them are good additions.
Photographs sent into the RSPB team from people visiting puffin breeding colonies around the UK and Ireland this summer have helped them to identify the places where the birds are struggling to find good food for their young.
The study used miniature tracking devices to track the migratory movements and behaviour of 12 pairs of Atlantic Puffins, breeding on Skomer Island.
We all felt that the shot of the puffin captured the essence of the AONB and was a worthy winner".
This reduces the fish available for marine mammals, puffin chicks, and other seabirds that depend on these foods--but well-managed commercial fisheries, such as those dealing in haddock and redfish, can benefit people and wildlife as well.
The biodegradable puffins are edible, but the Styrofoam ones are not.
Almost all of Maine's puffin population nests on three islands -- Matinicus Rock, Eastern Egg Rock and Seal Island.
If it was a little smaller, the butterfish might actually be a fine meal for a puffin chick.
The islands of the Firth of Forth, including Craigleith and the Isle of May, are home to around 90,000 puffins.
It follows the adventures of a family of puffins living on a wild and beautiful Irish island.
A team of eleven National Trust rangers have carried out a full census of the puffin population on the Farne Islands, something that only happens once every five years.
This year's nesting season looks to be a more joyful occasion than last summer, when many puffin chicks starved to death.