Puffin population under duress again

Puffins inhabiting a handful of islands off the coast of Maine are declining after the population grew to about 2,000 thanks to a 40-year conservation effort. Chicks may be starving because the species' primary food source, herring, is also declining. Dead puffins have been washing ashore, and chick survival has fallen.

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