1 A large car park is found to the west of the village. Look west before walking off to the east. You may see wader movement or several egrets.
2 Stiffkey campsite and its trees are a real pull for migrants and several common and rare warblers have been found here.
3 Continue along the coast always checking the many channels on the marsh for feeding and breeding waders. The coastal path can have many good birds, from Linnets to Redbacked Shrike.
4 Scan the big channel separating the marsh from Blakeney Point. Several tern species can often be seen feeding coming away from their breeding site. Seals can float out towards you.
5 This fairly new wetland offers a chance to see a wide number of species from breeding Avocets to loafing Spoonbills, with large numbers of wildfowl in winter.
6 A wet flash is found along the A149 which draws passage waders and ducks when holding water.