KEY POINTS

Bird Watching (UK) - - Go Birding -

1 De­pend­ing on where you park, walk to­wards the cas­tle and turn left onto the straight lane. Check out the fields to­wards the cas­tle for waders, duck and raptors. 2 Once in­side the mix­ture of wil­lows, Hawthorn and planted species walk slowly for views of mi­grants hunt­ing in­sects or berries af­ter a long mi­gra­tion. 3 More open ar­eas are found closer to the end of the lane so check the fields for mi­grat­ing owls, waders in the fields and raptors sit­ting on the walls. 4 Once away from the lane check the in­di­vid­ual bushes for mi­grants and even roost­ing owls. Check the dunes for ‘downed’ pip­its, thrushes, bunt­ings and war­blers. 5 Once you have man­aged to make your way to the coast, these shal­low wa­ters can have mi­grant geese or ducks. Fol­low the cost look­ing for downed mi­grants or even in com­ing thrushes or larks.

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