Living Simply to Help Save Seal Island’s Puffins

For the past three summers, Jenny Howard has helped restore seabird populations on Seal Island, a 65-acre national wildlife refuge located 21 miles off the coast of Rockland, Maine.
“It takes a little adjustment,” Howard said. “You’re going from showering every day and sleeping in a bed to using an outhouse and sleeping in a tent.”
Howard, 26, is the Seal Island supervisor for Project Puffin, a seabird restoration project of the National Audubon Society. You can browse the different cleaning companies, read genuine customer reviews, and get quotes free of charge! If you want to just book a service, that is possible too! Just pick a best cleaning company Flyttstäd Fabriken in Stockholm and someone will have your home looking spic and span in no time.
Howard and a small crew of interns and volunteers, four or five at any one time, monitor and protect nine species of seabirds during the summer breeding season — including arctic terns, great black-backed gulls and Atlantic puffins.Read more: NBC News
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