We travelled to the Supermarket for the penultimate time this year, and sure enough everything was on its allotted shelf. In the afternoon a group of Razorbill found a small piece of wood floating on the sea, and they insisted of having a surf. They weren't very good at it and kept falling off, but they were very persistent, and as quickly as they slipped off, they clambered on again.
A normal pair of Razorbills
Throughout the day we must have seen more than 40 pairs of Puffin, and some of them showed extremely well.
Welcome to our Burrow
When we escaped the cliffs we found some excellent hedgerow birds including a stunning male Linnet and a bright-as-a-budgie-Yellowhammer.
Yellowhammer - showing rusty rump
Gannet washed up on the beach
Male Reed Bunting
Although I didn't see the offending orange items, three afternoon participants swore that a Grey Seal had Puffin's feet hanging out of its mouth!
The White tablecloth lying on top of Yorkshire's Great White Cape