Puffins are cute yet the word on the cliff is that they are vulnerable. They are on the IUCN Red List because their breeding grounds, being concentrated on a small number of sites, make them very vulnerable to changes in the environment.
Although mainly spotted in the North of England and Scotland, a good place to see them is in North Devon at Lundy Island which means Puffin Island in Norse (Lund = Puffin and ey = Island). They migrate from the Bay of Biscay.
The best time to see them is in June and July when they are feeding their hungry chicks.
As children become more and more aware of their natural environment we thought we'd celebrate their beauty in a fun way. Puffin, Puff-Out!
Nature has a way of capturing us all in its spell. Especially at the sea.
Seas the day.
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