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  • Blog Post: Winter and Wildfowl

    Greetings from Bempton Cliffs. November is upon us, the nights are drawing in and before you know it will be the New Year. Don’t worry if you haven’t made a trip up to Bempton yet this year though, we have a series of great events planned during the winter months. Every Friday until the 5...
  • Blog Post: Here's what I've been up to...and recent sightings

    Well here I am again back with my second post for the Bempton blog. I’ll fill you in on some recent sightings in just a minute but first I’ll give you an idea of some of the things I’ve been getting up to since starting as an intern here at Bempton. Membership recruitment is an incredibly...
  • Blog Post: A big thank you from the Bempton birds!

    At the weekend, as I’m sure most of you are aware, RSPB Bempton Cliffs held a special event to encourage people to feed their garden birds. We had bird food information and advice, walks to show people what bushes, berries and shrubs birds like to eat in the wild and a big green tent inside of...
  • Blog Post: A Redwing? You Cannot Be Serious!

    We are serious actually... (Just a little topical reference in there for anyone who's a tennis fan). Over the past few weeks there have been several sightings of a redwing , a close relation of the song thrush , on our reserve. These were confirmed beyond question when our site manager, Ian Kendall...
  • Blog Post: Dell-ightful

    The Dell area on our reserve has been an excellent place to birdwatch over the last week or so. It has been relatively easy to spot species such as brambling , blackcap , goldcrest , siskin , redwing and wren , as well as the slightly more evasive bullfinch . The birds love the cover, protection from...
  • Blog Post: Take a Hike

    Did you know that Bempton Cliffs Reserve is part of a 4-5 mile circular walk encompassing cliff top habitat, farmland habitat, the village of Buckton and the village of Bempton? It's a wonderful way to experience a wide range of different birds and wildlife as well as getting a bit of exercise and...