RSPB Bempton Cliffs
The huge white chalk cliffs at Bempton are impressive at any time of year. But from April to October they are transformed into England’s largest seabird city, where puffins, gannets, kittiwakes and guillemots live life on the edge. There are more gannets acrobatically diving into the deep here, than anywhere else on mainland England.
But it’s not all about the cliffs. In spring and summer corn buntings, skylarks and linnets breed in the grassland and scrub where land meets the sea, while short eared owls hunt under wide open skies in winter.