North Atlantic Seabirds
Sometimes referred to as the sea parrot, puffins spend winter at sea then return to the cliffs to breed. They are loyal to one another, each year mating with the same bird and producing one chick. This chick, known as a puffling, is fed with sand eels which are caught by the parent birds diving then using their wings to swim. The bill is serrated to hold fish in place – up to an extraordinary capacity of eighty-three 83 small sand eels at a time.
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