1 Seawatching in a north-westerly can be fantastic with large numbers of passing seabirds including Redthroated and Black-throated Divers, Manx, Balearic and Sooty Shearwaters, Gannet, Fulmar, Common Scoter, Eider, Pomarine, Arctic and Great Skuas, Mediterranean and Little Gulls, Black, Sandwich, Little and ‘commic’ Terns, Razorbill, Guillemot and a variety of waders.
2 Check the bushes and trees around the old gun emplacements for resident Short-toed Treecreeper, woodpeckers, Jay, tits and finches, plus passage migrants such as Turtle Dove, Blackcap, Chiffchaff, Willow Warbler, Redstart, Tree Pipit, Spotted and Pied Flycatchers. Adjacent fields attract loafing gulls, Lapwings, Grey Partridge, Kestrel and Buzzard.
3 Open fields and scrub around the headland can support good numbers of grounded migrants such as Wood Lark, Sky Lark, Meadow Pipit, Yellow and White Wagtails, Wheatear, Whinchat, Ring Ouzel, Lesser Whitethroat and Whitethroat, Red-backed Shrike, Wryneck and Serin, plus Stonechat, Black Redstart and Yellowhammer. Hundreds of hirundines stream overhead, plus Tree Pipit, Grey Wagtail and it can be good for raptors.