This tetrad is a challenge.
You can see just about the whole thing in the photo. It comprises:
- a tiny corner of scrubby slithery, landslip, accessed by hanging on to a thoughtfully provided rope (Magpie)
- two rocky shelves (Oystercatcher, Curlew, Herring Gull) with sand in between (Great Black-backed Gull, Common Gull, Carrion Crow)
- some more land being persuaded not to slip by a bunch of diggers and lashings of public money
- a big lump of sea (Great Crested Grebe).