Friday, 3 January 2014

Spring is over!

The Safari got out late today after chores.
There was a bit of a breeze today and a big high tide at lunchtime.
We got two of the Snow Buntings (62 - well that's embarrassing we needed a recount) before the beach was covered.
FB told us about two Leach's Petrels that were seen coming our way, we didn't see them. Nor did we see the two Otters and the Bittern that others saw last night despite standing in the cold wind for an hour and a half this evening. Two Barn Owls (71) were almost recompense before the rain started and it went too dark to see anything else.
What is it?
Did you spot them on the top of the mound?
An hour and a half before high tide
Some people chose to ignore these notices when it's nearly this bad!!!
Doesn't look it in the pic but the crests are higher than the wall
Yes - two of us stood there behind the shelter such as it offers - No we didn't see much
A visit to the park didn't give us anything new
 This Feral Pigeon is in a bit of a fisherman induced mess
Not nice
Where to next? Winter thrushes tomorrow.
In the meantime let us know what the wind has blown in your outback.

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