Its approaching that time of year again when the "Seabird City" at RSPB Bempton Cliffs Reserve is starting to welcome back its residents. The Gannets have returned already in big numbers and have started nest building, the cliffs are still very silent with no calls of Guillemot, Razorbill or Puffin which are still yet to arrive, with the later being the last to return, normally around mid march.
Also on the top fields and scrub you can find Stonechat, Tree Sparrow, Reed Bunting and birds of prey such as Short Eared Owl, Kestrel, Merlin, Sparrowhawk and Peregrine Falcon.
If you haven't visited Bempton before you are missing a true spectacle of nature, you have to make the effort and I can guarantee that you will be amazed with the sights and sounds of this truely amazing reserve.
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