May is now in full swing and we are beginning to hear rumblings of a breakout from this enforced Lockdown .It’s been 2 years since my first visit to RSPB Bempton, which is situated on the Yorkshire coast just four miles from the coastal town of Bridlington which is a very good place to stay for a visit.
The cliff top is stunning and at this time of year pink campion is everywhere .The visitor centre is well stocked for all your needs ,including cafe toilets and shop.
Pink campion and gannets
There are plenty of viewing platforms on the cliff edge giving outstanding views of the coast and most importantly over 30,000 sea birds .
Coastline, cliffs at Bempton
The birds you can see are Gannets ,Razorbills, puffins, kittiwakes and guillemots all competing for space on the side of cliff .
Puffins searching for nesting materials
Kittiwakes and gannets
Whatever you do when visiting “take a camera” big , small anything.Click twice on images.
Other birds seen on my visit were a linnet, house sparrow and a whitethroat.