On the way back we had a fly over Jackdaw, not unusual in itself but we did have a further four over Base Camp later in the morning whilst doing our first gardening stint of the year.
That was about it for the birds, we're certain we undercounted the Magpies, Starlings and Woodpigeons; Blackbirds too, there seemed to be one in every tree and under every bush, the winter doesn't appear to have affected them at all.
At Base Camp the sudden noise of the gulls lifting off the office roof had us reaching for the bins and sprinting outside...Buzzard eventually located heading off northwards.
Despite the lovely sunshine we didn't see any bees or butterflies in the garden today.
Where to next? An early start for safari away down south tomorrow, meeting up with some old friends to hopefully find some quality birds including one target species in particular.
In the meantime let us know who's horsing around in your outback.