Friday, 2 January 2009


The North Cliffs are an area on the Atlantic coast, It stretches from St Agnes to Godrevy in St Ives Bay. The Cliffs here are very rugged, and average 100m high.
This is the home of the Peregrine Falcon, and various other seabirds including Cormorants, Shags, and a number of Gull species, including Fulmers which breed during the summer.
Sadly it is also the graveyard for a large number of ships that have been caught out by the ferocious Winter storms over many years.
But as you can see during the summer it offers great walking and exhilarating views.

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