I love how close you can get to the sea from a safe path. The efforts being made to keep the place as a reserve are admirable which is why it's fenced in I guess. I never have much luck bird watching here and it's definitely worth getting a tide check and going at low tide when there are more waders. The countryside is very bleak and the whole area really seems unloved and rather abused. It makes the walks more fun as thesis nature at its rawest. When its wet and windy this is a challenge but sill worth a punt.
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