|Kissing Puffins? I don't think so... (David Kinchin-smith)|
|Fighting begins (David Kinchin-smith)|
|Territorial dispute (David Kinchin-smith)|
|Early season Puffins (David Kinchin-smith)|
Wednesday 16th April comments: The Puffins are still coming and going on a daily basis but there are clear signs that the birds are starting to settle. Freshly cleaned out burrows and courtship is very evident in the 40,000+ breeding pairs across the Farnes.
However it’s not all hugs and kisses as territorial disputes are cropping up as rival males spar, with some contests turning ugly. However despite the brutal nature, all usually ends well and soon the neighbours are accepting of each other and getting on with the job in hand. It’s the Farnes, it’s the breeding season and its all go!
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