United Kingdom Bempton Cliffs
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Around half a million seabirds gather at Bempton Cliffs between March and October on towering chalk cliffs overlooking the North Sea. Apart from kittiwakes and fulmars, the only mainland colony of gannets is here. Usually, the magnificent sailing birds with the yellow heads only breed on remote, small islands.
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing All timings are equally good
Sunrise & Sunset 07:42 - 16:46 | current local time: 14:04
Photo Themes birds Chalk Cliffs cliffs north sea Seabirds Yorkshire