Bempton Cliffs Puffin
Puffin looking out to sea from its vantage point at the top of the cliffs at Bempton Cliffs RSPB. Bempton Cliffs Puffin
The chalk cliffs of Bempton are an ideal habitat for a huge range of seabirds. Owned and maintained by the RSPB, Bempton plays host to over 250,000 seabirds which flock to the white chalk cliffs each year, with numbers reaching their peak between April and August.
The puffin is one of Britain’s most iconic and best loved birds with its distinctive black head and brightly-coloured bill. Its comical appearance has earned it the nickname ‘clown of the sea’. The inaccessible nature of the chalk cliffs at Bempton makes them an ideal choice for nesting burrows to be excavated in the grassy slopes.
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