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  • Garlland Stone

    Last few Puffins still on Skomer Island

    Still wanting to see a Puffin?

    I took a visit to Skomer Island this week-into the last few days of the Puffins on the island for 2018. It has been a great year for Skomer Puffins–over 30,000 puffins were counted this year, and as far as a population is concerned, Skomer Puffins are bucking the trend, as other Puffin colonies elsewhere in the world are declining. So much so, that the Puffin is now classed as an endangered species.

    Skomer Puffin
    Skomer Puffin

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  • Puffling feeding on Skomer

    Skomer Puffins make the BBC News

    Skomer Puffins are thriving

    How wonderful, the BBC have profiled the Puffins on Skomer Island!

    I have long been an advocate of these fantastic birds. For me, they are such healing creatures, you cannot fail to watch a puffin and smile. They just make everything in the world alright. To see them clumsily trying to get airborne from the water is a delight. Watching them you would never think that they could fly the huge distances they do when they migrate from Skomer Island in late July each year.

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Skomer Puffin

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