Puffin Spotting At Bempton Cliffs

My only new year resolution for 2015 was to spend more time in the great outdoors, so on a midweek day off my friend and I headed to the East Yorkshire coast.

The Yorkshire coastline has some rather spectacular white cliffs, which attract 250,000 seabirds each year during breeding season.

Pointing out puffins

Among them are the delightful little puffins, who make their home on the cliffs near Bempton between mid-April and July.

Not only did we spot several out at sea, but we saw one gathering grass for its nest and another seemingly just chilling out on a rock. A lovely afternoon all round.

For more information, visit RSPB Bempton Cliffs. 

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