Tony McLean's East Yorkshire Wildlife Diary

Wildlife photography in East Yorkshire

Bempton

Had an enjoyable evening at Bempton on Monday evening thanks to and despite the weather. A cold NE wind and the odd heavy shower certainly made the photography a little more difficult but at least the direction of the wind allowed the Gannets to hover above the top of the chalk cliff. I saw at least six pairs of Puffins on the cliff, which is the main attraction for Bird watchers and tourists alike. Must return soon before they disappear around the middle of July. RSPB guide Steve Race and a good selection from Driffield Photographic society were there with some excellent information and advice.

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