Overcast with rain. Calm winds with temperatures in the 30s. Snow level down to near 1200 feet.
With a return to rainy weather, I found it easier to stay at at home for more of the day.
It’s just as well, since I had some bureaucratic stuff to deal with (some stuff mixed up) that kept me on the phone for much of the morning.
Fortunately I was still able to work on photos and upload observations. I made progress on August observations from last year. It will take a fair bit more time to get through what remains of that month, but I think September will go faster.
I drove out to Starrigavan this afternoon. Gulls were once again out on the beach. This time I took a picture, but didn’t go out on the beach for a closer look.
I didn’t see whales from Harbor Point today, but sea lions were still active.
A dozen or two murres were out out further than I cared to take pictures of.
A Bald Eagle perched in a tree right by the pullout. Bedraggled looking in the rain, it seemed to be keeping an eye on the goings-on out on the water.