Murdo MacLeod

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Once the breeding season is over, they spend nearly all their time at sea, singly or in pairs, bobbing about in the ocean. It seems an austere and mysterious existence, and then the breeding season comes about and from being nomads they become incredibly metropolitan – they all squabble together.feedback
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Murdo MacLeod has most recently been quoted in an article called Puffins of the Inner Hebrides - a photo essay. Murdo MacLeod said, “Scotland's fondness for the puffin goes right back. I'm sure it's rooted in cooking them in a dish as well, but there's a gentle affection that's hundreds or thousands of years old. They take a peck at each other's bills quite gently – I think it's a kind of communication. When they come into land they really are clumsy flyers. They are a bit like Donald Trump supporters in that respect. They accidentally body-slam each other all the time. They desperately need some air traffic control to help them.”. Murdo MacLeod has been quoted a grand total of 3 times in 1 article.
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