|Puffins and other birds on Saint Paul Island
The volcanic shoreline in Saint Paul rises up in rocky cliffs that provide ideal nesting habitat for Horned and Tufted Puffins,
Because the chicks are so vulnerable to predators, they remain inside crevices where they are mostly hidden from view. Parents
bring them eels--as you can see in the photo below.
|The island is grassy and green in the summer. And rat free! Very few invasive plants.
|Rosy-Finch feeding on celery plant which grows profusely on St. Paul Island