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Puffin Rock at Elliston

This is perhaps one of the most fortuitous bird-watching sites I've ever found. In the small town of Elliston on the Bonavista Peninsula you can pull by the side of the road and walk along the top of some cliffs about 100 or 200 yards. At the end of the cliffs accessable by land, there is a 100 foot gulf where the next cliff over is a water surrounded rock which serves as a colony for hundreds of puffins. You can sit for hours watching these birds just a few hundred feet away. It is private property and the owners have an optional donation jar and will sell you a slice of pie if you like. They are very knowledgable (Siren Tiger's ornithological staff quizzed them extensively and they passed) and very friendly. Puffins only breed for 45 days a year so this was very exciting.

Date Taken: 6-23-2008

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