Park on the car park off Sands Lane, well back from the cliffs! Check the sea for rare gulls and passage.
Walk through the caravan park via the cliff tops, making sure the area is still upright! Look out for the Sand Martins nesting in the crumbling cliffs in summer and watch out for migrants on the move.
Check the rough ground for pipits, buntings and larks. To reach the larger areas of rough ground you need to follow the ditch inland to find a safe crossing place. Check for Little Owl on the concrete bunker.
Check the wet flushes for waders and pipits. Winter may bring in roosting Short-eared Owl and hunting harriers. The Phragmites could have any sort of warbler depending on the time of the year.
Walk up the beach to Earl’s Dyke outflow into the sea where gulls and terns may gather to preen in the fresh water. Slowly head back along the beach watching the tide.