Snow clouds gathering and a cold, cold northerly wind. I like the pinky sheen you get in the clouds before snow in winter and thunder in the summer. But there was nothing of note on the sea this afternoon. A few very distant Common Scoters and a fly past Great Crested Grebe. To chilly to stand there long without a coat despite conditions being quite good for looking for Porpoises. Unfortunately yet another one of these has been found a few miles up the coast dead on the sea wall this week.
Where to next? Frank's first short safari tomorrow.
In the meantime let us know what you have found in your outback.