Park in the small car park by the track just off the road. Scan the rough vegetation around Loch Gorm for harriers.
Walk up the track checking the various pools for waders. In winter, geese are everywhere and fly a short distance from you. Look out for Merlin along the fence lines.
Look for Greenland White-fronted Geese among the many Barnacle Geese.
Look out for areas of cropping used by Twite in winter and Corn Crakes in summer.
Check the rocky ground for hunting raptors, with both Peregrine and Golden Eagle likely in the area.
Walk back towards the start. A coastal walk is made hard by many fences, but if you know the tide times (and please do check them carefully) you could walk back by the beach.