The world-famous seabird colonies of Bempton Cliffs and Flamborough Head have long been home to one of the UK's most incredible natural spectacles. Our tour has been specially created to make the most of this unique place, exploring both land and sea with local guides and the chance to see over 100 species!
At the top of Flamborough cliffs we will be searching for migrant birds returning from Africa and on their way to the Arctic! At this time of year anything can turn up from regular but scarce birds such as the tiny Firecrest to unusual species such as Citrine Wagtail. Local expert guides have up-to-the-minute news on all the bird sightings, meaning you will have the best chance possible to get good views. You will also have the opportunity to learn and share knowledge in a small group environment. At Bempton we can look down at the packed ledges and terraces of the dramatic, 400-foot high cliffs where Gannets, Guillemots, Razorbills, Puffins, Fulmars, Kittiwakes and Shags go to and fro in their hundreds of thousands.
|Richard Baines & Steve Race - Birdwatching and Photography Weeks||Monday 22nd May - Friday 26th May||£392.00|
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|Richard Baines & Steve Race - Birdwatching and Photography Weeks||Monday 22nd May - Friday 26th Mayy||£150.00|
Offshore Gannets plunge into the sea and rafts of Auks, including numbers of clown-faced Puffins, can be seen. We may also encounter Harbour Porpoises and Grey Seals. In April 2015 there were even Bottlenosed Dolphins on our coastline! Times and destinations below can change depending on weather and birds!
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