By Keenan Yakola, Project Puffin’s Supervisor on Seal Island National Wildlife Refuge The resident seabirds have just started to settle in to prepare for another nesting season on Seal Island NWR! Terns are performing in-flight courtship displays while puffins are head tossing and calling loudly from the waters nearby. With the live cams back up
Project Puffin: News from the Seabird Islands
A cormorant skims the water. Did You Know? The name Cormorant is Latin for “sea crow”.
Double Crested Cormorant drying off on the coast of Stratton Island Photo Courtesy Of Janine Parziale