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They may not be the official bird of Iceland, but puffins are certainly synonymous with the island nation. People flock from around the globe to spot these adorable birds in their wild element. You’ll find them from end of April to early September when they return from a long winter at sea to their breeding colonies on Iceland’s rocky cliffs. Before you go, get to know more about everyone’s favorite roly-poly “sea parrots.” Get Inspired By Photos, Videos, Webinars, Stories, And Exclusive Offers. Sign Up
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