Posted on August 8, 2016
At last count, hardscrabble Eastern Egg Rock was home to 150 breeding pairs of Atlantic puffins, each vying to incubate a one-per-season puffball in burrows carved beneath boulders. Having clawed back from the brink — in 1901, only one puffin pair remained in Maine — climate change is now poised to do its own number on these charismatic birds. Read how Barbara’s Bakery supports Ornithologist and conservationist Stephen Kress and his efforts to preserve the Puffin populations.
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