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Puffin

One of Britain’s best-loved and recognised birds. Breeds most commonly in the north, on the coast, and on islands.

Nests in rabbit burrows, deep crevices or underground. To have the best chance of spotting Puffins then head to a breeding colony like Bempton Cliffs in North Yorkshire or South Stack on Anglesey.

Lovingly used as a symbol on books and other items.

They form long-term relationships and their offspring are called chicks or pufflings.

Eats fish, but especially loves sandeels.

Has RSPB Red Status which is the highest conservation priority, needing urgent action.

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One of Britain’s best-loved and recognised birds. Breeds most commonly in the north, on the coast, and on islands.

Nests in rabbit burrows, deep crevices or underground. To have the best chance of spotting Puffins then head to a breeding colony like Bempton Cliffs in North Yorkshire or South Stack on Anglesey.

Lovingly used as a symbol on books and other items.

They form long-term relationships and their offspring are called chicks or pufflings.

Eats fish, but especially loves sandeels.

Has RSPB Red Status which is the highest conservation priority, needing urgent action.