Puffin

Our Puffin photo gallery includes photos of horned and tufted puffin all taken in the wilds of Alaska. Our puffin photos have been taken in Kenai Fjords National Park, Lake Clark National Park and Katmai National Park. Puffin spend most of their time at sea and only come to land to lay their eggs and raise their young. Horned Puffin prefer to create nests high up in cracks on the rocks. Tufted puffin will nest higher up the cliff side where there is grass to dig and make burrows. This photo gallery represents a small selection of ouu puffin photographs. To view the entire selection use our search feature.

Horned puffin
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Horned Puffin
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
tufted puffin
Prince William Sound, Chugach National Forest, Alaska.
Horned Puffin
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Tufted puffin
Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Horned Puffin
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska, horned puffin
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.
Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward, Alaska.
Alaska SeaLife Center, Seward, Alaska.
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska,
Lake Clark National Park, Alaska
Horned puffin, photos
Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge near Lake Clark National Park, Alaska.