A stretch of coastline in the north of the Isle of Man has been designated by the government as an Area of Special Scientific Interest to protect bree
More than 35 bird species use the steep rocky cliffs and grassy slopes that stretch from Port-e-Vullen to the Maughold lighthouse to breed.
A further 47 species of birds are also thought to use the 53-hectare area. In addition to providing valuable nesting habitat, the cliffs also support patches of diverse grassland.
Source: BBC News