1 This a brilliant chance to look at what nature can do in a wild landscape. Around you are these big acid uplands and here an outcrop of limestone gives rise to a mixture of birdlife.
2 Walk through the large deerfenced kissing gate and start up into these ancient monumental trees. The open ground among the trees is good for a number of species including migrant pipits and warblers. Check the non-grazed enclosure for more birds.
3 Walk out through the trees and across to the gorge with chance of some big raptors and mixed upland species, with more woodland birds in the gorge.
4 Scan the mountains to the west for a chance of hunting raptors, owls and mixed summer migrants.
5 Drop down to the estuary for a wide choice of species. Summer sees some great breeding waders dropping down here to refuel. Look out for White-tailed Eagles using the estuary.