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Does your child adore puffins? Or do you want to introduce him to a rare species of bird? Or are you simply looking for coloring pages to let his imagination take shape? Whatever may be your intention, if you are looking for puffin coloring pages, then you should strongly consider reading our post below.

Puffins are seabirds of the Fratercula genus. The early sailors named the puffins “sea parrots” for their short wings, stout bodies, and orange webbed feet. Both males and females puffins have markings on their body. Here are ten exceptional coloring pages of puffins that your child will have fun coloring.

Top 10 Puffin Coloring Pages For Toddlers:

1. Puffin:

Fondly dubbed as the “clown of the ocean” because of its colorful beak, puffins are birds belonging to the auk species. The bill or beak is the unique feature of puffins. The beak of puffin bird turns red during the breeding season and becomes smaller and grayer during the winter months.

2. Atlantic Puffin:

As the name suggests, Atlantic puffins are native to the Arctic Ocean and North Atlantic. They feed on squid, fishes, and other sea creatures. Your child will learn a few words while he colors. You should also share the fun facts written on the puffin coloring sheet.

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3. Tufted Puffin:

Here is a super cool coloring sheet of a tufted puffin standing on the cliff edge, looking out at the sea. The tufted puffins are named for the tufts of feathers that curl back from the sides of the head. They have black bodies, white faces, red and yellow bills and orange feet.

4. Horned Puffin:

The Horned Puffin is one of the most common species of puffin. You will often find them on souvenirs. Horned puffins have a black neck and back. They have small, fleshy horn above each eye and bright, yellow beaks. The coloring sheet is not very complicated and is suitable for kids of all ages.

5. Oona:

Oona, the smart and fun loving puffin, is the star of the show “Puffin Rock”. She sets off on adventures along with her brother Baba on the Irish island, their residence. You will see her burrowing, flying, swimming and hopping all over the island. The series is ideal for 3 to 5-year-old kids.

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6. Puffin On The Shore:

Here is a cartoon coloring image of a puffin standing on the shore. Puffins spend most of their time on the open sea and visit the land during summer and spring to breed. They breed in colonies by nesting in the crevices among the rocks or burrows in the soils. The young puffins remain in the sea for their first year during the summers.

7. Puffin From The Swan Princess:

The Puffin here is from the film “The Swan Princess”. He comes all the way from Ireland to assist the princess. Puffin is one of the most devoted of all the characters. He is crafty, hates spies, and is strict about the military arts. Derek, Speed, Odette, and Jean-Bob are his closest friends. Puffin has blue eyes, red and yellow beak; orange webbed feet and a pair of orange eyebrows..

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8. Atlantic Puffins Standing On A Rocky Cliff:

Here is a coloring page of a pair of Atlantic puffins on the rocky cliffs. Puffins adore rocky cliffs. They like to dig burrows in the steep slopes and under the rocks. Puffins can fly and swim very fast, but crash when it lands. This coloring sheet will surely keep your little animal lover entertained.

9. Large-billed Puffin:

The large-billed puffin inhabits the Arctic region. They are larger than most of the species of puffins. They have slender plumes above and below the eyes. Large-billed Puffins spend most of their time in the seas of the northern Pacific Ocean.

10. Rhinoceros Auklet:

Here is a simple outlined puffin coloring page of a rhinoceros auklet. Rhinoceros Auklet is a close relative of the puffins. The name of the seabird comes from its horn-like extension of the beak. But the horn is present only in the breeding adults. Given its close relation with the puffins, the World Wildlife Fund has proposed renaming the bird to the rhinoceros puffin.

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So get all your crayons out, grab a paint pot, find a felt pen and help your child bring all these puffin birds to life. Which one did your child enjoy the most? Tell us below.

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