1 From the double-decker hide scan the lagoon for a range of wildfowl including Wigeon, Teal, and Garganey. Breeding waders should include Avocet, Little Ringed Plover, Snipe, Redshank and Lapwing, plus passage sandpipers and godwits. Egrets, Spoonbill, Black-necked Grebe, Mediterranean Gull, Marsh Harrier, Common and Black Terns, Water Pipit, White and Blueheaded Wagtails are all likely.
2 Beyond the dunes, the vast beach attracts breeding Ringed and Kentish Plovers, plus a colony of Little Terns. Sandwich Terns stream overhead to inland nest sites and Mediterranean Gulls are common. The saltings attract Sky Lark, Meadow Pipit and Stonechat with a chance of Crested Lark in the dunes.
3 Scrub cover in the dunes is good for passage migrants, typically scrub warblers, Wheatear, chats, Nightingale, Ring Ouzel and possibly Zitting Cisticola and Bluethroat. Hirundines, Turtle Dove and Cuckoo filter north overhead.
4 A roadside hide overlooks old gravel pits and flooded fields, ideal for passage waders, egrets, Spoonbill, gulls and terns. Black-necked Grebe, Mediterranean Gull, Sandwich and Common Terns breed, while Black-winged Stilts often pause on migration. Another good spot to scan for migrants moving along the coast.