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On the 06th May 2011 the M.S.c Biological Photography & Imaging will be visiting Filey Brigg and Bempton Cliffs.

On the rocky shores and outcrops of Filey Brigg, there will be an enormous variety of sea life, from barnacles and starfish to anemones and crabs. Do not turn your back on the tide it comes in fast, we will be arriving at Filey when the tide is receding, after we have made a visit to Bempton Cliffs, Bempton is a RSPB reserve, the birds that have been spotted there are Gannet, Kittiwake, Puffin, Short-eared owl and Tree sparrows. Avoid areas of danger; watch your footing on the rocks. Do not cross the barriers at the top of Bempton.

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