Table of Contents Introduction What is an Arctic bird? What is the Arctic like? The history of Arctic birds and humans Puffins Sw geese Arctic terns Tundra swans Auklets Swy owls Grey herons Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction One thing many people can't say they've seen in their Arctic habitat is an Arctic bird. Most Arctic birds don't stay permanently in the Arctic, and tend to travel south for the warmth. However, despite many of the folks in the upper areas of the rthern hemisphere (upper half of the world) seeing them during the winter, it's still a rare person who kws and understands how Arctic birds act and live in their Arctic setting. The typical Arctic bird is t really beautiful. Majestic, maybe, in the cases of eagle and even owls. Perhaps even powerful or scary. However, for most Arctic birds, there is a distinct lack of pretty colors and brilliant plumage. The puffin is a bit of an exception, with its bright beak and other attention-grabbing features, but even it loses them when it goes rth. If you've ever wondered where these birds go in the summer, or are just curious about Arctic birds, sit back. You are about to be enlightened.