1 Wander east-north-east from La Falaise along the coast and watch for migrants in season as well as offshore. The seas around Jersey are rich, and skuas, shearwaters and terns are reliable in season as are close-in divers. Despite it being less obviously suitable for them, Dartford Warblers have surprised me along here, with their Stonechat mates. Linnets flock around you as well as other finches.
2 As you move south inland around the rifle range, the hedges become more important for passage migrants, the fields hide pigeons and doves, corvids use stands of trees and raptors are overhead. Scan the valley over the road to the SW as you walk steeply down to the bay.
3 Returning to your car by puffing up the hill after lunch will provide another check on the valley and open up the fields, now on your left. Harriers regularly quarter here – not just Marsh – and there is always bird activity between the hedgelines. Time put in here, and all around this walk, is rewarded!