Bempton cliffs
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Drone captures bird's eye view of Bempton's chalk cliffs

Drone footage has captured a bird's eye view of Bempton in East Yorkshire.

The chalk cliffs are home to more than a quarter of a million seabirds. In the past scientists have had to count them one by one from a boat in the North Sea, but now drones - small cameras which can be flown 400 feet in the sky - are being used to help them log the birds.