The day started to the tune of Robin and Blackbird, a fleet of about 2 dozen Fieldfare and with both wind and rain gone it was pleasantly sunny until noon. That's when the heavy showers started and have continued throughout the afternoon, with much more looming to the west. Apart from anything else most of the day has been given over to preparing for the next adventure, so thankfully we have the last of the 'three part' series on Colombia to lean on.
and more lovely Colombian people
along with diverse vegetation, home of several species of Antpitta.
SANTA MARTA PARAKEET
BLACK-BILLED MOUNTAIN TOUCAN
and finally, just to emphasise the RARITY of the Portland Harbour BRÜNNICH'S GUILLEMOT we received these statistics from one of our 'dedicated readers':-