Coasts, cities or waterways are pretty enough, but many explorers look for something a little more kinetic in their ideal views. For these people, there’s no need to look much further than Yorkshire’s Bempton Cliffs, as it’s the site of UK’s largest accessible seabird colony.
In fact, some 200,000 seabirds have made the cliffs their home – with some of the many species living there including the gannet, puffin, short-eared owl, tree sparrow and guillemot. Anyone wishing to take in the majesty of these seabirds should find ample help from the RSPB, which is in attendance here.
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