Bempton Cliffs birds, 5 July


Gannets at Bempton Cliffs, East Yorkshire from John Hume on Vimeo.

Here is another Bempton Cliffs video.

5 July.

On our way from Bempton House to Bempton Cliffs, greenfinches on a telephone wire.

A whitethroat on a bush.

Singing male reed bunting and skylark.

On Bempton Cliffs: puffins, razorbills, guillemots, gannets.

And a singing sedge warbler, sometimes flying, sometimes sitting down on a flower. A bit unusual, as this is not a marshy area like where sedge warblers usually live.

At the first viewpont to the south east: fulmar.

Red-tailed bumblebee.

Ringlet butterflies.

Red admiral. Meadow brown.

A meadow pipit on a field west of Flamborough Head.

Many cinnabar moths.

House martins, nesting on the cliffs.

Four shags swimming close to the rocky coast.

Finally, after a long walk, Flamborough Head lighthouse. A wooden gannet statue, and a living pied wagtail.

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