If you have been watching the puffincams recently you will have noticed there's a lot more activity at the moment. That's becuase the chicks will have hatched! The parent pair are bringing fish back and forth to the burrow to feed their chick, often carrying 10 or even 20 fish at a time (we have never seen anything like the 62 fish record!)

The Gannets also have chicks at the moment which will be even younger than the puffins' - they will mostly be very small with barely any feathers (or fluff!) at the moment.

Some of the team went out to ring the guillemots and razorbills on one of the islets this week. As you can see from the picture the chicks are slightly more mature, with full feathers starting to come through.