Dungeness is a promentary built up from ridges of shingle that mark the position of centuries of beaches. As it sticks out into the sea, miles from anywhere, it has attracted a nuclear power station, lighthouses, strange shacks, fishing boats, flotsam and jetsam, unusual plants, unusual birds and the usual birders. The Dungeness National Nature Reserve is 1031 hectares (or 2½ thousand acres), and the whole shingle area forms the largest example in Europe.
I spent a pleasant hour sitting on the point (ouch, let me rephrase that - sitting on the shingle at the point) listening to the swoosh of the waves and watching the passage of gulls, auks and cormorants - up to 60 sitting just offshore at a time. Also a couple of Red-Throated Divers and a few Guillemots benefitted from the food underwater where the tide eddied around the point. OK - you don't want to read any more.
No really - the next bit's horrible. Go back to ebay or whatever.
OK, I warned you. There was a rabbit at the side of the track to the RSPB reserve, being attacked by a Stoat - maybe the rabbit had been injured by a car, or maybe the stoat had run it down.
You can tell it's a stoat - it' stoatally different as it has a dark tip to it stail.