Friday, 18 March 2011

Washout!! That's what today was! Persistant, and at times heavy rain for most of today saw me abandoning any ideas of an afternoon patch walk, especially after already getting soaked walking back home from work, but at least during the walk I saw 4 COMMON GULLS (63), which had joined the 100 or so BLACK HEADED GULLS at Migrant Alley, just a small silver lining :-)

Tomorrow is meant to be a much better day, but i'll wait and see about that!

10 comments:

Lancashire and Lakeland Outback Adventure Wildlife Safaris said...

Hope you get the weather we had here today tomorrow Warren, glorious with a capital G!
Doing well with that tally and still 2 weeks to go...looking good.

Cheers

Davo

Warren Baker said...

Go on dave rub it in!! :-) Need another 9 species for March to beat the record set last year !

Frank said...

I hope you are right about the forecast for tomorrow.

Warren Baker said...

So do I Frank, so do I ! :-)

Derek Faulkner said...

Actually Warren, the next 5-7 days are supposed to be dry and sunny, and pigs have been known to fly, so keep your fingers crossed.
Never went outside the house today, I was so peed off.

ShySongbird said...

We did have some sun but not until after 3pm.

At least you got one more for the list. I think you will find it much better weather tomorrow.

Bob Bushell said...

You've had it bad, but still, look out the Saturday is good, so they say!

Stewart said...

Shades on here Warren ;)Not a cloud...

Simon said...

Supposed to be a beautiful weekend :-D

Jann E. said...

Sorry I haven't commented lately...love the post on Tues., can't get over your cute robins, and the tit...lucky you seeing daffodils, not here until May, UGH! I hope this is our last winter in S Dakota!