Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Seabird City


Razorbill and Puffin




Puffin




Gannet




Razorbill








Guillemots




Bridled Guillemots




Fulmar




Kittwake

The cliffs at Bempton are totally buzzing with seabirds which includes the usual suspects - Puffin, Guillemot, Razorbill, Gannet, Kittiwake and Fulmar. To see these birds up close and personal is just amazing, I really do recommend you take time to visit this reserve to witness this breath taking site. For more information just click on the link below:

2 comments:

Little Brown Job said...

Beautiful shots Steve!

We were at Bempton on Wednesday but the Puffins were missing and I have a lot to learn about shooting sea birds.

Paul.

Steve Race said...

Don't shoot them Paul they are wonderful birds. I guess you mean with your camera of course? I find that most of the Puffins at Bempton are actually on the bottom of the cliffs, but if you are lucky you get the odd one or two making a visit to higher ground. There are large rafts of Puffins on the sea below the cliffs at present.