1 The small quarry is not used and has lots of growth around it so Robin, Wren, Blackbird, Song Thrush and Dunnock should be seen.
2 Follow the track along the edge of the hill and check for Meadow Pipit and possible Tree Pipit on the woodland edge. Watch for Sparrowhawk and hovering Kestrel. Winter visitors to the area such as Redwing and Fieldfare are abundant. Summer sees Wheatear, Whinchat and Redstart around. In late summer, Ring Ouzel are recorded in nearby Long Mynd and Stiperstones, so keep a lookout.
3 At the top check for the Red Kite, Buzzard, Raven and Carrion Crow. In summer Swifts and Swallows dash around.
4 Down to the stream, a bit of woodland and an open field with hedges so search for a possible Dipper, all six tits, Yellowhammer, Greenfinch, Woodpigeon and possible Stock Dove. Winter finch flocks are likely with Siskin and redpoll possible.