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Bempton Cliffs and North Cave Wetlands

I had a quick trip to Bempton Cliffs this weekend and then called at North Cave Wetlands on the way home.  There’s not much about at Bempton at the moment.  All the Razorbills, Guillemots and Puffins have gone to sea but there are some interesting pictures of young gannets to be had, together with the jackdaws, playing about the cliffs looking for a cheap meal.  Likewise, at North Cave, it was very quiet.  No sign of the Kingfisher at the south hide but some mild entertainment from fighting Great Crested Grebes.  A few nice dragonflies, check out the images of the Common Darter and the pair of Migrant Hawkers (below).

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  1. Hans says:

    Hi Ray
    Nice meeting you and your friend today at the YSP. I have had a look at your wildlife photography, and your images are top class work. Hope to meet up again sometime, take care.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/hansdavis/

    Best regards
    Hans

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