|Geographical Range||Northwestern United States and Canada, to Russia|
|Habitat||Open ocean, rocky shorelines|
|Scientific Name||Fratercula corniculata|
This bird gets its name from the hornlike "knobs" above its eyes. These act as mating signals during breeding season. With puffins' comical faces and bright beaks and feet, it's no wonder people have called puffins "clowns of the sea."