A visit to Bempton Cliffs
Three of our young people in the East Riding enjoyed a day out at Bempton Cliffs, spotting Kittiwakes, Herring Gulls and Gannets.
Keah, Jordan and Natalie had a great time learning interesting bird facts such as that gannets mate for life and that ½ a million seabirds visit the cliffs to nest and reproduce between March and October every year.
They were a little disappointed that there were no dolphins to be spotted that day, having heard that they’d been there last week, but 20 year old Keah said: “I really enjoyed being up at the cliffs. It got me out and about and fresh air even if did get wet near the end!”
The group are looking forward to returning in time for the puffin season next year.
Our thanks to Keah for the photos, and to RSPB Bempton for the discounted entry.