• Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    Juergen Horn and Mike Powell, two travelers from Germany and the U.S. who move to a new city every 91 days, recently headed to Látrabjarg, the westernmost point in Iceland and home to the largest bird cliff in Europe to document the <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cliffs/" target="external">Atlantic puffin</a>. <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cl
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    The Atlantic Puffin, also known as the common puffin, is a species of a seabird, and is native to the Atlantic Ocean. Iceland is home to an estimated 10 million Atlantic Puffins. <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cliffs/" target="external">Click Here for More 91 day Trips!</a>
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    As Juergen Horn says of the Atlantic puffin, "Despite being hunted in Iceland, the little guys are completely unafraid of people. Adorable as they are bobbling and skidding across the water, they're even cuter up close." <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cliffs/" target="external">Click Here for More 91 day Trips!</a>
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    Mike Powell and Juergen Horn headed to Látrabjarg, the westernmost point in Iceland and the largest bird cliff in Europe to see these beautiful birds, known for their dramatic orange beak. <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/gmap/?spot_id=53" target="external">Check out their Puffin Stake-Out location; Here</a>
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  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    Millions of birds flock to the Látrabjarg cliffs every breeding season. Birds come here for the rocky cliff sides which protect them from the northern winds, and is perfect for nesting.
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    A puffin lands in the colony, on the cliffs of Látrabjarg. Like many seabirds, the Atlantic puffin spends most of the year in the open ocean, only visiting coastal cliffs and areas for breeding. <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cliffs/" target="external">Click Here for More 91 day Trips!</a>
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    The adult male and female Atlantic puffin are identical except that the male is a bit larger in size. They spend the autumn and winter in the colder northern oceans and return to the coastal region for breeding in late spring.
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  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    The Atlantic puffin, also known as the common puffin, is a species of a seabird, and is native to the Atlantic Ocean. It spends most of the year out at sea, far from land, only to return in the spring for breeding. The Puffin is a social bird and breeds in colonies.
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  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    Iceland is home to an estimated 10 million Atlantic puffins. Juergen Horn gushes about the beauty they have encountered saying, "An amazing and utterly unique place, Latrabjarg is a must-see during any trip to the Westfjords." <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/the-latrabjarg-bird-cliffs/" target="external">Click Here for More 91 day Trips!</a>
  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    Besides Puffin birds, Juergen Horn and Mike Powell traveled all over Iceland. You can check out more of their adventures, including other locations on their <a href="http://iceland.for91days.com/" target="external">website, For91days</a>. You can also check out their <a href="http://abcnews.go.com/Lifestyle/slideshow/turkeys-city-cats-20093766"target="external">Cats of Istanbul on ABC NEWS</a>
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  • Puffin Love : Iceland's Most Adorable Bird

    <a href="http://www.for91days.com/for-91-days-e-books/" target="external">Check out Mike Powell's and Juergen Horn's 91 day adventures on E-book, HERE!</a>! Featuring all the pairs posts about each spot, along with tons of full-color, high-quality images, these e-books are a great way to bring For 91 Days along with you on the road.
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