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  • Media: Northern Gannets with chick

    14 June 2014
  • Media: Guillemots and chick

    14 June 2014
  • Media: Kittiwake chicks

    14 June 2014
  • Media: Atlantic Puffin on cliffside

    14 June 2014
  • Media: Courting Gannets

    14 June 2014
  • Media: Atlantic Puffin

    03 May 2014
  • Blog Post: Making Jo's day

    How good does it feel to release a puffin back into the wild? The smile on Jo Allen's face probably gives you some idea. The box in the photo (henceforth known as a Puffin not Pet Carrier) contains a puffling that was brought to the reserve yesterday after being found in a garden in the...
  • Blog Post: Halfway to Holland

    The following text was written by and posted on behalf of RSPB Conservation Scientist Dr Guy Anderson. The face of the Yorkshire coast has a nose. A pretty, green, rolling nose edged with magnificent white chalk cliffs. Flamborough Head. This nose has many occupants, and sitting on its tip, I can see...
  • Blog Post: Recent Sightings 22/06/14

    Hello again all, and what a busy weekend it’s shaped up to be at Bempton Cliffs! The week had a very slow start on the interesting sightings front, as the weather was cold, cloudy, and very windy indeed! A single sighting of a whitethroat on Wednesday 18 June was threatening to be our only spot...
  • Media: Kittiwake family

  • Media: flying high

  • Media: Gannets on the ledge

  • Media: Gannet love

  • Forum Reply: Re: Bempton in March

    Great to see all coming along to Bempton and Flamboro' for birds in general and not just seabirds. Lots to do here already - so plenty of warm clothes and you will have a great time. As for those planning weekend and longer regular trips - don't forget the Seabird Cruises start in May with...
  • Forum Thread: Bempton & Boat trip

    Thanks to everyone at Bempton. My first visit on Saturday (it's a long way from Essex) and now have 900 shots to go through from the reserve and the boat trip :-) Here are a couple.
  • Forum Thread: Bank Holiday

    6th May Bank holiday
  • Forum Thread: My Visit

    Hi guys, just wanted to gently point people in the direction of my latest blog post displaying some of my phgotography and a written account of a day spent at Bempton focusing on Gannets! Hope you like it! http://www.insearchofnature.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/glorious-gannets.html Enjoy! Ben
  • Forum Thread: April at Bempton

    my first sighting of a Puffin Razorbill
  • Forum Reply: Re: Bempton & Boat trip

    Ok, here's a couple of peregrine shots. This dishevelled looking raptor shot through a couple of times causing mayhem on the cliffs
  • Blog Post: 'Spotted' This Week

    There's so much to report this week that I'm not really sure where to start. Perhaps with the news that both a marsh harrier and a spotted flycatcher were observed in the area around the centre over the weekend. Both were, of course, welcome visitors, if not a little different in shape, size...
  • Blog Post: Late Bloomers

    If you’ve got older brothers or sisters then you’ll understand how it feels when they get to do everything first. They’re the first to ride a bike, first to go to ‘big school’ and first to stay out past 8pm. Imagine how you’ve feel though if they were the first...
  • Blog Post: Safeguard our Sealife

    Last Sunday at Bempton Cliffs we held a joint marine event with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust . Experienced volunteers for both organizations, Angela and Ken Belk, manned the marquee and provided information to interested visitors. We would like to say a huge thank you to both of these dedicated volunteers...
  • Blog Post: Feed the Birds Day is nearly here...

    ... so i just thought you might like a little bit more information about what's going on at the reserve on Saturday the 30th of October. At 11am and 2pm Steve Race, our Community and Education Officer, will lead a guided walk on the reserve. This walk will be centred on 'wild bird food'...
  • Blog Post: Wildlife Gone Cuckoo?

    Perhaps the confusing weather that we have experienced of late has caused a little bit of confusion in our wildlife… This weekend a young puffling was found one and a half miles inland at a factory on Jewison lane in Bridlington. Nobody knows how the 5-6 week old youngster got there but it was...
  • Blog Post: Ducks Galore

    Since the king eider deigned to visit our reserve earlier this week, we've had a few other, less royal, ducks checking out the cliffs. A group of seven eider were seen paddling southwards on Wednesday and then yesterday there was a flurry of activity when two long-tailed ducks were spotted by one...