The cliff dwelling seabirds live in large colonies on the rock surface where they nest, lay their eggs and rear their chicks.
Auk Cliff's underwater viewing area is truly unique. You can watch guillemots and tufted puffins looking silvery and sleek as they swim below the water line. Outside you can appreciate the beautiful plumage and golden tufts of the puffins, along with the penguin-like appearance of the guillemots. Look higher on the cliff and you will see the kittiwakes enjoying the sea views and sea breezes from their cliff top nest sites.
At feeding time you will see these birds flying and diving for their favourite fish, occasionally a special treat of squid!
Why not visit a local guillemot colony at Berry Head Nature Reserve?
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