A group of Kittiwakes pulling grass to line their nests.
We have a picnic on a meadow watching a Kestrel hovering over the cliffs.
A Kittiwake, a Razorbill and a Guillemot, the most common breeding seabirds in Bempton Cliffs
A view of the cliffs, at the bottom of the photo a group of nesting Gannets can be seen
The 'What's About' poster at the reserve visitor centre.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve
Birds of the day
- Fulmar flying
- Gannets on nests and flying.
- Kestrel hovering over the cliffs
- Pheasant calling
- Herring gull on the cliffs and flying
- Kittiwake collecting grass in groups and on the cliffs
- Guillemot on cliffs and flying
- Razorbill on cliffs and flying
- Puffins on flight
- Collared dove
- Rock dove, nesting in the cliffs
- House martin
- Whitethroat singing
- Jackdaw, everywhere, nesting in the cliffs
- Magpie, one in Bempton the other chasing a couple of starlings (one could be a fledgling)
- Tree sparrow
- House sparrow
- Pied wagtail
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