Over the last year, I have been studying the different compositions of the chalk cliffs known as White Cliffs Country, Kent. The Cliffs within just a mile or two have different streaks of black flint giving each bay a unique view. The Cliffs at St Margarets-at-cliff are virtually pure white with very little flint. Unfortunately, this results in the cliffs at St Margarets-at-cliff being more prone to landslides and coastal erosion. They are far less stable than just a mile away at Kingsdown. Due to the fragility of the cliffs at St Margaret's, the common gulls circle the cliffs but generally settle on other parts of the White Cliffs with more foliage.
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