Last week National Audubon launched its second and third webcams, in partnership with philanthropic media organization explore.org.
Take a virtual trip to Seal Island — 20 miles off the coast of Maine — where Audubon’s VP of Seabird Restoration, Steve Kress, and his team are successfully restoring Atlantic Puffin breeding colonies. You can watch these captivating birds as they socialize and catch some rays along with Razorbills, Black Guillemots and more, on the Loafing Ledge cam:
The Puffin Burrow cam takes you down into a rocky burrow, where dutiful parents are caring for a newly hatched chick. Thanks to infrared technology, you can check in on the family around the clock: