1 Willow Wood: It’s worth spending a few minutes in the wood, near the car park, to look for Marsh Tit, Bullfinch, Great Spotted Woodpecker and maybe a Tawny Owl.
2 East Lagoon: The public hide gives a good view over the lagoon and reedbeds, where Reed Bunting, Sedge Warbler and Reed Warbler are common, and Water Rail is possible. This is also the best place to look for Otters. Willow Copse, close to the hide, is also good for warblers.
3 River Tutt and Carr Top Farm: The site boundary on one side is marked by the River Tutt. You can cross the river by the farm and walk along it. Check the fields and scrub for Yellowhammer, Sky Lark, Tree Sparrow and Whitethroat, among others.
4 West Lagoon: The large, hexagonal accessible hide offers a variety of views and is a good spot for waders, including Lapwing, Snipe and Ringed Plover, with rarer passage waders possible in spring and autumn.