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Guillemots – breathtaking in their numbers


apart. During nesting you will see them tearing up pieces of grass and mud to make life a little more comfortable on the perilous cliffs. Tey are the only one of the five birds to do this, though puffins may draw some vegetation into


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their burrows. You could watch kittiwakes for hours as they circumnavigate the lighthouse to Kebble Lough to collect mud and grass. Kittiwakes are also the only one of the five species to lay more than one egg.


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