Bempton Cliffs, situated between Scarborough and Flamborough Head, features an extraordinary number of birds - more than 200,000 in fact! Alongside the abundance of seagulls it is possible to see gannets, guillemots, razorbills, kittiwakes, fulmars and puffins.
I went there during last week's stay in Scarborough. It was an extremely cold day but the cliffs were absolutely alive with birds.
Here's a few of the many photos I took.
Birds were crammed into virtually every nook and cranny along the cliffs. This and the next two photos show the same spot with different zooms.
It's not so easy to see, but there are literally hundreds of birds in this picture. If you can see distant lines of white dots all over the place it will give you some indication as to their number.
They were able to land like a Harrier Jump jet.