Previously "Diary of a Birding Medic"

Previously "Rugby Birder"

Wednesday, 30 November 2016

RSPB Bempton Cliffs - 27th November 2016


I was only able to spend the morning enjoying the cliffs today, followed by an excellent afternoon tea celebrating the local RSPB groups 30th anniversary. It was interesting to see a large number of Fulmars on and around the cliffs with Gannets moving north and south, albeit in small numbers. A very obliging Stonechat visited me on Grandstand Viewpoint. Highlight of the day for me was a Kestrel hovering near Bartlett Nab being harassed by a Peregrine! Both were thankfully unharmed and sadly, no images!



Gannets passing by


Wendy Bartter said...

All images wonderful to see but NO Kestrel ... almost unforgivable Kevin! Lol

Kevin Groocock said...

Thank you Wendy. I'll write 100 lines "I must try harder"!

Mike Attwood said...

I think the omission of photo's was worth far more than 100 lines. Stand in the corner for at least a week. Mike.

JRandSue said...

Looks like a great place to bird,great to Images.

Kevin Groocock said...

I'm there Mike!

Kevin Groocock said...

We are very lucky John - RSPB Bempton Cliffs as a local patch, magic!