An adult Chough feeding a youngster on the short clifftop grassland above Kynance Cove.
2 of a group of 4 Choughs seen at this location.
The Chough (Pyrrhocorax Pyrrhocorax) is a member of the crow family with a red beak and legs
and an excitable high-pitched 'chi-ow' call from which it gets its name.
Choughs returned to the Cornish Coast in 2001 after an absence of 30 years
Location: SW 683.133