If you are even remotely interested in birds then this is a fantastic place to spot them. At the moment the guillemots are nesting on the cliffs and the newly built hide is the perfect place to see them. In the next month or so the young guillemots will all dive from the safety of their nests into the water for the first time, it is amazing. You are also likely to see cirl buntings, wheatears, white throats, stonechats and so many other birds. Wear comfortable, sturdy shoes because although once up there it is fairly level there are plenty of lovely places to walk to from here where the terrain is more challenging. There are also quite a few species of rare plants for the botanists. Walk along the coast path from here going west to St Mary's Bay and beyond to Sharkham Point for the most fantastic views.
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