For bird watchers, bird cliffs are a bit like an all-you-can-eat buffet. They are found primarily in the Arctic and north Atlantic, and Norway has some of the most spectacular ones: in Svalbard, on the Lofoten Islands and on Runde. The steep cliffs have small shelves on which bird colonies nest, and a single site can play host to hundreds of thousands of birds at any one time. Needless to say, bird cliffs are a good place to see and photograph birds, primarily Little Auks, Atlantic Puffins, Kittiwakes and Razorbills. They also provide good opportunities to see the predators that prey on these birds, such as White-tailed Eagles. Just keep in mind that these cliffs really are very steep, and many of them present drops of hundreds of metres down to the sea, so try not to step over the edge.