The Safari wasn't able to do much wildlifing today but our brief lunchtime watch gave us a flock of six Grey Plovers (82; P2 #27) followed moments later by another tight flock of about 15 birds.
There were far fewer Common Scoters today and no sign of anything Velvety. A Great Crested Grebe floated by close in and a Kittiwake was out in the distance but the excitement that was the bait ball was nowhere to be seen.
And that my friends is yer lot tonight!
Where to next? Under the knife in hospital tomoz so we'll be out of action for a couple or three days.
In the meantime let us know if it's any livelier in your outback - was in someone's not far from here today, a real quality find, quality birding!