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Australian Rules Football In Scotland - Modern Era
... lasting Scottish club of the modern era was known as the Edinburgh Puffins in 2003 with informal matches held, and invitiationals of clubs from the ... The Edinburgh Puffins and modern SARFL came about through the work of Andrew Butler and Richard Prentice, former players with BARFL side, North London Lions ... The Puffins made their debut in the 2003 Northern Cup tournament staged in St Helens ...
Craigleith - History and Wildlife
... The puffin colony on Craigleith, once one of the largest in Britain with 28,000 pairs became endangered from 1999 onwards, due to an invasion of the non-endemic plant tree mallow, thriving with warmer winters ... A five year project, SOS Puffin, led by the Scottish Seabird Centre at North Berwick, was launched early in 2007 after one of the Centre's volunteers, Maggie Sheddan noticed the ever decreasing numbers ... Centre during the winter months, when the puffins are out at sea ...
Rhinoceros Auklet
... monocerata) is a seabird and a close relative of the puffins ... Given its close relationship with the puffins, the common name Rhinoceros Puffin has been proposed for the species ... in breeding adults, and like the elaborate sheath on the bill of puffins is shed every year ...
Faroese Puffin - Puffin Harvesting
... Ownership of the areas where puffins, and other harvested seabirds, breed and are caught, may be by individuals or communally by villages ... Puffins and fulmars are the most important species harvested, but guillemots and gannets (and, historically, other species) are also taken ... Puffins are caught by the traditional method of "fleyging" ...
Bempton Cliffs - Puffins
... The Atlantic Puffins (Fratercula arctica) at Bempton Cliffs tend to nest in rock crevices, whereas burrows are used at most UK sites ... The Bempton puffins mostly fly 40 kilometres (25 mi) east to the Dogger Bank to feed ...