On Saturday, Sethy and I went to Swan Bay for a ‘mudflat meander’. It was run as part of the ‘Summer by the sea’ program and meant we got to explore and learn about the mudflats.
It was pretty awesome and we discovered a lot of critters. There were interesting birds on the bay, but I was carrying tiny buckets.
Afterwards, we went to a different Queenscliffe beach with my parents. We watcher the ferry leave and arrive, and watched these two pacific gulls attack dead fish for a while. Dad hadn’t gotten a proper look at them before and marveled at the size difference. I was trying to get shots from various angles for a bird ID site I am working on.
Looking forward to getting back into adventuring properly once the new years rush dies down a bit. Curse you, school holidays!