The Safari hasn't had the best of days but it started very well indeed. We hit the gloom at the seawall and hoped to chance a few scans with the scope before the gloom turned into rain we could see it looming on the horizon. But almost as we put our eye to the scope a Bottle Nosed Dolphin did a large roll in the distance out where we had it/them on our watch day earlier in the month.
Downhill from that sighting with nine Great Crested Grebes and two Red Throated Divers being the best apart from the usual multitudes of Common Scoters.
The rain started and didn't let up all day, it barely got light. The puddles grew and the local roads are awash but at least we're not suffering floods like some folk.
Where to next? More of the wet same.
In the meantime let us know how wet it gets in your outback.