I couldn't resist a couple more photos from the cliffs: here a Horned Puffin rests while a Thick-billed Murre does what the species does best—use very little real estate to hold on to a sheer cliff. In England, the murre is known as the Brunnich's Guillemot; I am missing an umlaut there somewhere no doubt. I must admit that I like that exotic-sounding name, particularly since the bill is not noticeably thick, not like a puffin's in any case. I vote for Stripe-billed Murre, as that is one of the first features used to separate it from the Common Murre which also nests on the cliffs.
[photos © Dave Stejskal & Chris Benesh]