1Wide vistas over the managed realignment site should reveal feeding waders and wildfowl with finch flocks and singing Sky Larks in summer; always watch for visible migration overhead, including incoming flocks of thrushes in late autumn.
2Views over Grainthorpe Marsh should produce sightings of Little Egrets, hunting raptors and gulls. The small grass field is worth checking for migrants on the fencelines, like Wheatear and Whinchat, and the banks have feeding pipits with Rock Pipits around the pools in winter.
3Pye’s Hall has little in the way of trees and bushes, so migrants are often easy to see, but stand away from the bushes and scan carefully. An Osprey often sits on the white posts out on the foreshore in autumn.
4Look out over the mudflats for flocks of Brent Geese and waders, including large numbers of Golden Plover and Dunlin. The car park bushes can be a magnet for autumn migrants, including Goldcrests and warblers. birdwatching.co.uk