1 First stop must be in the village of Dinas Dinlle and the short climb to the Iron Age hill fort. The fort and low cliffs provide a superb viewpoint for seawatching and a good feeding area for Choughs, while several pairs of Ringed Plover nest along the shore to the south.
2 As the tide recedes, Oystercatcher, Ringed Plover and Sanderling forage along the waterline, Turnstone on the gravels while quietly feeding in the fields on the opposite side of the road should be flocks of Lapwing, Golden Plover and Curlew.
3 High tide provides the best opportunity for seawatching. Stormy weather is ideal with passage Manx Shearwater, Gannet, Arctic Skua, Kittiwake and terns all likely. Hen Harrier and Merlin may hunt over the nearby fields
4 In late winter the number of Red-throated Divers can reach 100, with smaller numbers of Great Northern and the occasional Blackthroated Diver.
5 The walk northwards should provide more encounters with divers while there is always the possibility of passage Wheatears, wintering Twite and Snow Bunting.