Previously "Diary of a Birding Medic"

Previously "Rugby Birder"

Monday, 25 September 2017

RSPB Bempton Cliffs - 24th September 2017

Red Backed Shrike

A beautiful early autumn day greeted me on the cliffs, blue sky, warm temperatures and a light south easterly breeze which increased throughout the day. So what was about on this lovely day?

Todays Sightings

A lot of interest was being shown away from the cliffs in the dell and on the nature trail where Lesser Whitethroat, Pied Flycatcher, Goldcrests, a very elusive Yellow Browed Warbler and the long staying Red Backed Shrike were being enjoyed. On the cliffs, apart from the fantastic vista, thousands of Gannets still abound, some still with young (Guga).

Red Backed Shrike

Pied Flycatcher

Lesser Whitethroat

And, of course, Gannets!


Mike Attwood said...

Hi Kevin, All this photography practise you get since you moved up there it is certainly improved your pictures. Well done.

Kevin Groocock said...

Cheers Mike, I do my best!