Friday, 29 May 2015

Also at Bempton...

It's not just Gannets at Bempton Cliffs - there are also auks aplenty, gulls and the odd tubenose to look down on. In the nicest possible sense, of course.
Puffins are a favourite with the visitors
Small numbers breed near the clifftop among the commoner auks

Probably the best place in mainland England to see Puffin up close
Bridled Guillemot
These birds nest on the tiniest of ledges
Kittiwake calling in flight
Flamborough Head from Bempton in morning light
The same view in late afternoon
100m chalk cliffs provide a dramatic location for the seabird colony
Staple Newk is the arch just catching the sun
Bempton Cliffs

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