8th of April 2012.

Species seen 25.
Baggy Point – National Trust - North Devon.

Our walk today took us around Croyde Bay and on towards the National Trust site of Baggy Point. The route taken was along the cliffs in an upward incline towards the point. Some of the path has shear drops which I’m sure many visitors may find a bit scary? However the views are superb.

Birds seen were Wheatear, Stonechat, Redstart, Swallow, Kestrel, Skylark, Dunnock, Chaffinch, Chiffchaff, Goldfinch, Robin, Also seen in or around the cliffs were Kittiwake, Cormorant, Herring, Great Blacked Backed and Lesser Black Backed Gulls. Once at the top of Baggy Point we had fantastic views of Woolacombe bay and the beach, Morte Point across the bay and of course Lundy Island.  Upon arriving back at the car park this Robin was happily chirping on a post.

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