Sunday, June 24, 2007

Bempton - Guillemot and Razorbill

While at Bempton Cliffs I did not take too many shots of the Guillemots and Razorbills as I was mainly concentrating on the Gannets. Here are a few of the shots that I did take of these birds during the visit.

Guillemot perched on the cliff edge
The Razorbill build their nests precariously built on tiny ledges The Razorbill are a fast flying bird and a difficult target to photograph in flight from the cliff top.


Will said...

Actually Razorbills nest in holes in the cliff rather than "precariously built on tiny ledges". The one in your picture is actually on an old Kittiwake nest.

Nice shots

Rich Steel said...

Thanks for pointing that out Will :)


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