Local Species : The cliffs make for a spectacular view; they are also a good home for several raptor species, including the Peregrine Falcon and the Little Owl.
The sheltered coves and rocks allow seabirds to take cover and rest after storms so you may see Cormorants, Fulmars and several gull species sitting out in the rocks or perched down the cliff. The chines that break up the cliff are covered with foliage and are therefore good places to find smaller birds like the Redstart and the Stonechat.
You can also find several species in amongst the grass as you go along. Other key species you may see include: Dartford Warbler, Whinchat, Rock Pipit, and Raven. The poisonous yet beautiful Adder is also seen around this area in the undergrowth near the Tennyson Monument.