The horned puffin (Fratercula corniculata) is an auk, similar in appearance to the
Atlantic puffin; this bird's bill is yellow at the base and red at the tip.
A striking seabird, the Horned Puffin nests in colonies on islands and coastlines
of Alaska. It spends most of the year on the high seas of the northern Pacific.
b) Horned Puffin: The Horned Puffin looks similar to the Atlantic Puffin however it
is easily distinguished by its mostly yellow bill with orange tip (missing ...
Horned Puffins are migratory seabirds of open ocean waters in the winter and
coastal islands and rocky cliffs in the summer breeding season. The 'horned' part
The Horned Puffin (Fratercula corniculata) is one of the most sought after
seabirds in Alaska by tourists and photographers. It is a smallish, picturesque
bird with ...
Horned Puffin habitat, behavior, diet, migration patterns, conservation status, and
Information and pictures of Horned and Tufted puffins.
Fratercula corniculata, horned puffins, is widespread in the Pacific and low Arctic.
It breeds along the coast of British Columbia, on some islands and peninsulas ...
The horned puffin population is estimated at 1.2 million. ... Horned puffins are
monomorphic; the male and female exhibit the same plumage coloration.
Horned Puffin. According to the Alaska Sea life Center (www.alaskasealife) “a
record 62 fish have been carried by one Puffin.” That is amazing! Of course ...