Sunday, April 05, 2009

Seabird Central















RSPB Bempton Cliffs is heating up with large numbers of Gannets on the cliffs as well as Kittiwake and Fulmar. Puffins have arrived and at present they occasionally visit the cliffs for a while before going back out to sea. Both Guillemot and Razorbill have also been on and off the cliffs but can be seen in large rafts on the sea. It will not be long now before the cliffs are crammed packed with seabirds, so if you are thinking of visiting Bempton soon you will not be disappointed.

I am a volunteer at Bempton manning the view points most Saturdays, so if you plan to pop in on a Saturday please feel free to say hello.

2 comments:

Little Brown Job said...

Great shots as ever Steve, hoping to get over to the Bempton again this year, possibly in May.

Steve Race said...

Excellent. If you come over on a weekend be sure to look me up, I will be on the reserve somewhere.