Around 54,000 of this comical bird call Fair isle there home every summer. They arrive in March and begin egg laying a month later. They Lay a single white egg deep inside their burrow where they hatch in May/June. Then around the end of July and beginning of August, the Chicks leave under the cover of Darkness evading any predators which fancy an easy snack. By the end of the month, Most of the Puffins would of disappeared far out to sea where they will form huge flocks waiting until the next spring so they can breed all over again.
Below is just some last Photographs of the Puffins just as their breeding season was ending for another year.
Heres a Puffin at Sunset to end the post