One of my favourite sites in Berkshire - great views and always the chance of finding something special in the Spring

The top red dot is the Combe gibbet car park. Walk west along the gibbet way looking down either side for ring ouzel, wheatear in Spring (go as far as the border) or raptors at any time

The right-most dot lets you look down West Woodhay down and south along the Combe hill road  (hawfinches have been seen here). Always have an eye out for raptors - possible Rough-legged buzzard!

The bottom red dot is for Combe wood - the site for willow tit in the county (marsh tit there too). Walk up passed the church and follow the path to the wood. Raven are regulars in the area

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