Friday, 11 December 2009


Well the safari wasn't expecting this. Just a few miles up the coast from here very near my mates' new house we visited the other week. Good job its cold at the moment cos this is gonna smell soon.
Where to next? Next trip out won't be until Sunday got a cetacean survey training course to go on tomorrow, obviously I'll need to pay attention if there are goodies like this to be found!
In the meantime let us know what's rotting in your outback.
No photos today again - mist, nothing to see but a very nice sunset through the office window when we had time took look up from our monitor.


Warren Baker said...

Give us a clue then Dave!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for your visit and comment on my bird in snow, sleet and ice.

Monika said...

Are they going to do a necropsy or anything on the whale?

Whenever I see a beached whale I can't help but think of the exploding whale on the Oregon Coast...

Lancs and Lakes Outback Adventure Wildlife Safaris said...

Hi Monika - not sure about the PM will ask my chums at the Natural History Museum in London if they have sent anyone up to look at it when back to work on Monday. Nice dunwes you have (had) in Oregon.