More about this book - Puffins
A colourful and informative insight into the lives of these comical creatures.
In this monograph, wildlife photographer and zoologist, Heather Angel, reveals how these lovable seabirds live and survive at high latitudes. On land, they waddle and hop among tussocks and rocks to and from their burrows. However, once in the air, they wheel and turn with great agility and, whilst underwater, they use their wings to ‘fly’ though the water. The images portray the multifarious activities of puffins during their mating season; calling, courting, collecting nesting, flying, sunning themselves, snoozing and rafting on the sea.