This video is about seabirds of Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head in England.
From the BBC:
17 August 2011 Last updated at 13:55 GMT
Work starts on Flamborough underwater nature centre
A new visitors centre is aiming to highlight life beneath the waves of East Yorkshire.
Visitors will be able to view the local wildlife on land and in the sea, by exploring rock pools and taking guided snorkelling tours.
The centre is being built by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and is set to open in spring 2012.
The area is home to one of the largest chalk reefs in Europe, extending six kilometres out to sea. On the chalk is a large forest of the marine plant kelp.
The manager of the new centre Anthony Hurd said the kelp supported a diverse ecosystem.
“It not only provides a home to animals, just like a forest would on land, but allows juvenile fish to grow up and other fish to come in and feed on them. So it is a really important habitat.”
The centre hopes to build on the region’s other wildlife attractions.
Martin Batt, the nature tourism manager at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, said many people were unaware of East Yorkshire’s natural environment.
“This centre forms part of a network of new attractions that are all associated with the wildlife of eastern Yorkshire.
“It’s an area which is actually very good for wildlife but actually relatively unknown by most people.”