Fulmar in Flight
Fulmar soaring high on the winds at Bempton Cliffs RSPB.
Bempton Cliffs are owned and maintained by the RSPB and play host to over 250,000 seabirds which flock to the white chalk cliffs each year, with numbers reaching their peak between April and August.
About the Fulmar:
A relative of the Albatross, Fulmars are often mistaken for gulls due to their similar colouring. Whilst typically seen flying low over the waves when out at sea, at the breeding sites they ride updraughts to nest high up the cliff face. If threatened they will defend their nests from intruders by spitting out a foul-smelling oil.
You can find out more about Fulmars here.
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