the high spring tide is due to hit at approx 11-42 am and is scheduled for a height of 9.9mtrs or 32.5 feet if the air pressure and wind are right on the day it could ? flood the whole marsh right up to the sea wall ,which in turn causes all the mice ,voles and other wildlife to make a run for dry land where the birds of prey are usually waiting for them ,NOTHING IS HOWEVER GUARENTEED .
past close sightings have included kestrels ,buzzards ,s.e.o,barn owls ,marsh and hen harriers,peregrines ,hobbys,merlins in other words the whole works ,also foxes and hares etc .
if you intend to go due to the sheer amount of people that attend arrival is advised extremely early i.e i would suggest no later than 9.30 a.m
a couple of shots from previous high tide events
the soggy fox by blackfox wildlife and nature imaging, on Flickr
kestrel and vole (EXPLORED) by blackfox wildlife and nature imaging, on Flickr