Birds of Interest

The chalk cliffs of Flamborough and Bempton have been weathered by wind and sea, creating nesting ledges for over 200,000 seabirds during the summer months. These include the internationally important kittiwake, nationally important razorbill, guillemot and puffin, as well as shag, fulmar and herring gull. The cliffs also support England's only, and the UK's largest, mainland gannet colony.

 

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