Countryfile – 18 July 2021 – 18/7/2021 – Sunday – BBC

Flamborough Head

Anita Rani and Tom Heap head to Yorkshire’s Flamborough Head. Anita visits England’s largest onshore seabird colony at Bempton Cliffs, helping track breeding numbers and witnessing a very special arrival as a rare Albatross pays a visit. Below the cliffs, Tom explores some of the coast’s chalk caves, discovering the rare life they support, and Tom and Anita are joined by local youngsters as they go on a rockpool safari to take stock of the marine life washed up at low tide.

Charlotte Smith investigates the environmental impact that increases in offshore windfarms are having both on land and at sea. Adam Henson visits an project that gives teenagers a step on to the farming ladder, and in the third of our four-part series with explorer Dwyane Fields, our four youngsters overcome their fear of heights, getting to grips with climbing a rockface – but things take an unexpected turn when one of the team has to leave the challenge early.

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