The RSPB Reserve puffin cams are up and running again. You can view them here.
According to the people who put up the puffincams, ((http://www.shetland.org/puffincam/index.php?file=stream1))
“we were very excited when the puffins returned to the puffincam burrow at 11.20am on 17th April. They have been in and out lining their nest since then, so keep a look out for an egg any day now! The camera has also revealed unexpected visitors to the burrow in the form of a mouse, a starling, a robin and a rabbit (not all at the same time, it’s not the tardis burrow).”