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The path at this location follows a narrow stony beach without noteworthy vegetation. Some waders like to rest and feed here. Most waders seek food on the beach, wet ground or shallow water.

Their feet have hints of webbing between the toes. Species which arrive from the “far north” in autumn are often not particularly shy. So you can get quite close to them before they take off, perhaps simply to fly a little further along the coast or in an arc over the water to land a little behind you to continue foraging.

Observe the birds at a distance without disturbing them further. Dunlins, redshanks, turnstones and oystercatchers are some of the waders you’ll meet most often, but other species may be present.