Wildlife: ‘Puffins Pairing Up’ In Scotland (Video)

This young puffin is ready to breed – but he has to find a mate first. After securing an empty burrow, he hopes a nearby female will show interest.

An oceanic bird, puffins are summer visitors that arrive to nest between late March and early April in the vast coastal clifftop colonies. … Found in extensive cliff top colonies around the coasts of Scotland from Galloway to Wick, on the islands and along the eastern cliffs from North Berwick to Berwick-on-Tweed.

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