The Safari bottled out of going on safari this arvo. The temperature dropped to a seriously cold daytime 4.8C which combined with miserable driving rain meant we stayed very close to Little Bertha
Early this morning, between Frank's first and second breakfasts, an Oystercatcher was heard as it flew over the garden, or at least very close by, bringing the garden list to 33.
This afternoon was spent faffing around on the puter and staring out of the new windows at a few Greenfinches at the feeders, a regular visiting Woodpigeon and a great Blackbird fight.
Any one know the best way to present dried Mealworms to the Great Tits which are nesting in our House Sparrow terrace; seed feeder?
Where to next? Would you believe it, one forecast is giving a top temperature of 17C here tomorrow!!! Good job we've got an event on the beach in the morning.
In the meantime let us know if the rain eased off in your outback.