Herring Gull living up to its noisy reputation 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 Herring Gulls:
Herring gulls are large, noisy gulls identified by their light grey backs, black wing tips and pink webbed feet. Herring Gulls were once abundant around Europe but are now an RSPB red status species thanks to steep declines in fish populations. Despite the declines they are very adaptable birds and can often be seen scavenging around urbanised coastal areas.
You can find out more about Herring Gulls here.
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