Razorbill perched on a rocky outcrop on the chalk cliffs of Bempton Cliffs RSPB.
Razorbills are one of the most distinctive and commonly seen birds in the huge seabird colonies. Birds reach the breeding colonies and start to form pairs in early spring, with each pair having a single brood of only one egg each year. The young leave the breeding colony very early, often at around only 18 days old.
About Bempton Cliffs:
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.
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