Found in the Westfjords of Iceland, the Latrabjarg Cliff is considered one of the Northern Hemisphere’s largest bird cliffs. Rising up to 441 meters straight out of the water, it is actually a line of several cliffs going from west to east and starting with Latrabjarg. Keflavíkurbjarg, Bæjarbjarg and Breiðavíkurbjarg make up the rest of the cliff. A lighthouse, Europe’s westernmost, marks the beginning of 14 kilometers of spectacular landscape. The seabirds are safe from foxes in the cliffs and find ample food in the ocean beneath. Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Northern Fulmars, Black, Brünnich’s and Common Guillemots, Black-legged Kittiwakes, and Great Black-backed Gulls breed in the cliffs and are found here by the millions. It is believed that 40 % of the Razorbill world population is found at Latrabjarg.