Previously "Diary of a Birding Medic"

Previously "Rugby Birder"

Sunday, 25 September 2016

RSPB Bempton Cliffs


The weather on the cliffs today was a great deal better than originally forecast with no rain, blue sky and sunny intervals, but a cool blow. The day started with c5 Yellow Browed Warblers in the car park hedges which proved a hit with visiting birdwatchers! Two Stonechat were in the grassland, the cliffs held Gannets, still with many Guga, Fulmars and Herring Gulls. A few juvenile Kittiwakes were on the water.

Gannet with Guga

Growing Donald Trumps Hairpiece!

A study of a Gannet

Gannets being Gannets!

"And this time, don't forget the fish!"

Herring Gull


Tree Sparrow

From Bartlett Nab


Mike Attwood said...

Hi Kevin, Lovely stuff, you certainly fell on your feet when you made the moved.

Kevin Groocock said...

Thank you Mike. A great place, wish we had done it sooner!