Seabird colony at Dunstanburgh Castle, 1986

Description

English

Dunstanburgh Castle, a medieval fortress in Northumberland, sits atop a sea cliff known as Gull Crag. Its remote landscape provides a home to colonies of seabirds, captured in this recording, including Kittiwake, Fulmar, Guillemot and Seawash .

Title:
Seabird colony at Dunstanburgh Castle, 1986
Date:
23 May 1986
Format:
Sound recording
Creator:
Christopher R Watson
Copyright:
© Audio: © Chris Watson; Image: Education Images / Contributor via Getty Images
Held by
British Library
Shelfmark:
24697

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