The horned puffin (Fratercula corniculata) is named for the black horn above the bird's eye. A striking seabird, the Horned Puffin nests in colonies on islands and coastlines of Alaska. It spends most of the year on the high seas of the northern Pacific. The Horned Puffin typically nests in rock crevices and cliffs – unlike other puffins, which nest in burrows. The horned puffin uses its large bill to catch fish and marine invertebrates. It can dive up to depths of 80 feet to catch its prey.