Puffin Patrol a 60-minute documentary for CBC Television’s The Nature of Things that explores the life of puffins from eastern Newfoundland, to remote locations in Maine and Wales. The documentary examines puffin’s unique migration patterns, feeding habits, navigational patterns, and decreasing population. Read more
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