1Park along the front and walk back to check the enclosed estuary walking the other side of the railway. Look out for breeding and passage waders.
2Walk back along the lane towards the Roman Bath House checking for warblers and local woodland birds. The flora here can smell a lot in spring with Wild Garlic and Celandine.
The Bath house is the largest walled Roman building standing in Britain today. Check the fields here for Curlew and wagtails.
3Cross the railway at the proper crossing looking over the estuary to the Eskmeals nature reserve and gun range. Look out for Shelduck, Ringed Plover and other waders.
45Walk back to the village checking the waders and gulls for anything unusual.