Drangey or Drang Isle, with its steep sea cliffs, towers majestically in the midst of Skagafjörður fjord in Iceland. The island is the remnant of a 700,000‑year‑old volcano, mostly made of volcanic tuff, forming a massive rock fortress.  It is home to over a million birds and each year for two months, the Puffins come and nest.  We were fortunate enough to get with feet of these unique birds!

The Puffins of Drangey Island (Ice-04)

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