Recent online articles about seabirds.
Read Project Puffin: The Improbable Quest to Bring a Beloved Seabird Back to Egg Rock
A Once Endangered Fish is Helping Puffins
Many thanks to 21,000+ Audubon seabird enthusiasts who encouraged President Obama to create the first National Marine Monument in the Atlantic.
The tracking of Arctic Terns allows biologists to reconstruct the details of the incredible migratory journeys that these birds have undertaken in recent years.
A 2014 feeding study leads to discoveries about how puffins feed their chicks.
A supplement to the 2014 Egg Rock Update Newsletter.
Steve Kress writes a letter to Burrow Cam viewers 2013 after the cam season ends and puffling "Hope" fledges.
A supplement to the 2013 Egg Rock Update Newsletter.
Welcome to Puffling Pal!
The puffin chick named ‘Hope’ hatched on July 3rd on Seal Island NWR.
Adopt now and receive: A Certificate of Adoption, A biography of "your" puffin, and The book How We Brought Puffins Back To Egg Rock by Stephen Kress.
Donations and Puffin Adoptions are tax-deductible. Your tax-deductible donation will help us protect important nesting islands for puffins and other rare seabirds in Maine.
There are many ways that you can get involved with Project Puffin to help us make a difference for seabirds worldwide!
The Project Puffin Visitor Center (PPVC) is located at 311 Main Street in downtown Rockland, Maine. The center opened its doors officially on July 1, 2006.