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Go away snow
The temperature is rising at last! It has been up to 4 degrees C at Bempton today and sunny (even got to put my cool shades on). Most of the guillemots that had come back to the reserve in the past few days - to drop off their christmas cards - have now left the cliffs and headed back out to sea. There...
10 Dec 2010
How many birds?
This photo was taken yesterday from the back door of the visitor centre. I've looked at it several times now and every time i've noticed a different number of birds! How many can you see? (Photo taken by Nick Turver 26th Nov 2010)
27 Nov 2010
A word to the brave
If you're planning to come out of your lovely warm homes this weekend and visit RSPB Bempton Cliffs then please do, we will welcome you with open arms and a cup of tea! Please keep an eye on the weather though, as our cliffs can be a wild and unforgiving landscape in wintry weather. The visitor...
26 Nov 2010
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...
1 Nov 2010
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'...
26 Oct 2010
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