These black and white birds are called the Common Murre. They are small, with their biggest size at 18 inches. They prefer to eat schooling fish for their lunch and are extremely sensitive to human activity, such as boats. Impressively, they can dive up to 250 feet below the surface for fishing

Common Murre

These tiny Cassin’s Auklets are around 10 inches long, and are named after John Cassin, the man who discovered them! The eat small crustaceans for breakfast. Because of their small size, they are at high risk to larger birds and sea life, so they mainly stay in their nesting colonies and prefer the privacy of the dark!

Cassin's Auklet