Puffin Tote by Sea Bags


Transplanted puffins began returning to Eastern Egg Rock in June of 1977. To lure them ashore and encourage the birds to explore their home, wooden puffin decoys were positioned atop large boulders. These were readily visited by the curious young birds, which often sat with the models and pecked at their stiff wooden beaks. The number of young puffins slowly increased. In 1981, four pairs nested beneath boulders at the edge of the island and the colony has been growing ever since. As of 2013, there are now about 1,000 pairs of puffins nesting on five Maine islands.

Support the return of these gorgeous nesting birds to the state of Maine with this stunning Puffin Tote by Sea Bags.

This popular carry-all with a colorful image of our favorite bird is the perfect gift to any nature lover or coastal enthusiast. Durable, spacious and handmade, these bags are a gorgeous statement piece.  

Crocketts Cove proudly supports Project Puffin - an Audubon program based in Rockland, Maine - that since 1973 has worked to learn how to restore puffins to historic nesting islands in the Gulf of Maine. With the purchase of one of these bags, you are sending the message that you also support this wonderful organization.  For more information on how Crocketts Cove gives back to the Audubon Project Puffin and SailMaine, please read about our 2% to Maine Program.

Detailed bag description:

  • Handmade with recycled sails from donated sailcloth
  • Hand-spliced rope handles
  • Spot clean or machine wash

Dimensions: 14"h x 5.5"w x 14"

Handcrafted from recycled sails by Sea Bags on the working waterfront in Portland, Maine, USA.

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