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An Atlantic Puffin (Tratercula artica) basks in the sun on a warm day on Machias Seal Island, in the Bay of Fundy, New Brunswick. These birds are pelagic, spending most of their lives at sea, and returning to land only to breed. Machias Seal Island is home to around 6,000 pairs of the birds, who lay only one egg per year, and often mate for life. Photo by William Drumm.