We had a trip to Bempton Cliffs on the coast of East Yorkshire just North of Bridlington
today where it was 15°C with plenty of sunshine but a bit windy.We came here last year to
see the thousands of sea birds which nest and breed on the sheer cliff faces and a return visit was
a bit overdue.Its a wonderful sight, and a bonus for me this year was to get some better views of
the Puffins.We saw Gannets,Guillemots,Razorbills,Kittiwakes and Herring Gulls the numbers of
these birds peaks around 200,000 and I think that would be a good reflection of what we saw.
I have had chance to sort out some of the many snaps we took so here we go...
|Spot the Puffin among the other sea birds on the cliff|