|Atlantic Puffin in Flight|
|Canadian Lighthouse on Machias Seal Island|
|Gray Seal getting ready to launch into the water|
|Gray and Harbor Seals|
|Northern Gannet in Glide Mode|
|Capt. Andy taking the first group to the Island|
|Atlantic Puffin swimming|
|Atlantic Puffin just coming out from its burrow|
|Atlantic Puffin with wing flap|
|"Listen to me I am talking to you!"|
|Flock of Razorbill Auks|
Finally, we had to leave and went down to the landing area, where again we were loaded into the boat and carried back out to the Barbara Frost. While I was waiting to leave, I was able to photograph a number of the puffins flying as they came rocketing by. You have to see them, to realize how fast they fly. The puffins flying make the gulls flying look like turtles.
|Atlantic Puffin flying with fish in its mouth|
|Razorbill Auk in flight|
Arriving back into the Cutler harbor. We were able to photograph the Little River Light, which was built in 1840, along with the boats in the harbor.
|Little River Light Cutler|
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