Arriving at the car park, I was slightly astonished to open the car door to a baking sunny day; no fog and no cold wind. Apparently it was the first day for about a week when the fret wasn't present.
Upon stepping out of the visitor centre I immediately heard a Grasshopper Warbler, it was soon located in bushes along the path, although quite distant and mobile.
Walking north, the usual residents soon came into view with the weather provided a great opportunity for some good shots of the Gannets in flight:
A few shots from the cliff face before the sun put it into shade, including a couple of classic fencing portraits:
A few Fulmars were located, both on the nest and in flight:
Although it took a while, the Puffins were finally located, with one in particular high up on the grass top of the cliff giving very good, if brief, views:
A brilliant day was rounded off with Fish & Chips amongst hundreds of Herring Gulls, and human Gannets, at Bridlington.