Horned puffins have different-colored bills than their better-known relatives in the Atlantic. They can also be distinguished by the larger “horns” above their eyes.
This photograph was taken at Lake Clark National Park in Alaska. Matt Shetzer leads trips to the park — America’s third-least visited — to teach wildlife photography. You can sign up for an expedition today.
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