Why seabirds could disappear from our coasts for good

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Why are sea bird numbers falling?

Experts from the bird charity RSPB say some of the UK's most impressive seabirds could be disappearing from our coastline.

They say climate change is to blame - the birds need fish for their food, and the fish are staying in colder seas further north of Britain.

To work out what's really happening, researchers are starting a massive count at one of Britain's most important homes to seabirds - Bempton Cliffs in East Yorkshire.

Watch Joe's report to find out more.