The “Puffin Patrol” is working to save the declining puffling population in Iceland.
Special puffin "sunglasses" are in the works to help researchers study the phenomenon on birds in the wild.
Climate change could be driving the seabird to starvation, amid reports of mass puffin die-offs worldwide in recent years.
This discovery has come just as President Obama is weighing a decision to declare the undersea area--the New England Coral
Quirky Fact: There's nothing so mesmerizing as watching lobsters up close, stuffing raw fish into their strange mouths using
At its simplest denominator, a citizen is by principle afforded the right of being included in a group's decisions. But there is a special place for those who serve as policymakers and policy experts. But I offer the point in my book that "sometimes the rules are not made by the public required to follow them."
I love birds. It's just birders I have a problem with. I can't seem to empathise with their ardour, focus, totally singular concentration -- and total lack of 'come on now, crack a smile!'
Either this puffin is new to the tank and hasn't learned to ignore the hoards of viewers, or there's something really intriguing
If you love cute, funny animals as much as we do, the Atlantic puffin is probably already on your radar. With their bright
Mull and Iona are two of the Inner Hebrides, islands off Scotland's western seaboard, and a microcosm of more than 1,500 years of successive waves of settlers and invaders. Sites scattered across these islands tell Scotland's story--culturally, politically and spiritually.
There were nearly 37,000 breeding pairs in 2008, according to a National Trust press release, but conservationists are worried
Climate change spares no one. Not even the adorable.
Rick has suggested we sing to attract the whales because whales also sing. It's not easy to carry a tune when you have a snorkel in your mouth, but I hum "Amazing Grace."
The publisher has realised that children, from even before the age they can read, pick up cereal boxes from the breakfast
Puffins are a group of four different species in the Auk family of seabirds, often recognized for their large, colorful beaks