Bird Watching (UK) - - Go Birding -

1 As you drive along the en­trance track to­wards the car park, it’s worth check­ing for mi­grants and farm birds along the hedges. 2 Walk down the path into Crook Ness check­ing for lo­cal birds and mi­grants. The flora here is worth look­ing at. 3 At low tide you can check the beach for waders and pass­ing gulls. Look for any re­cent rock falls by the cliffs as the beach is good for fos­sils. 4 Walk to the point where you will see the old coast guard hut. Check the sea for pas­sage or feed­ing cetaceans. 5 You can walk north along the Cleve­land Way check­ing the fields for buntings and finches. In summer there is a small seabird colony, so look out for breed­ing birds fly­ing into the cliffs. 6 Be­fore the cliffs drop away, check the view to the north as this part of the coast­line is ex­tremely pic­turesque.

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