Mulling on Mull-2
Such is life. One moment you seem to have it all under control, the next some gremlin sneaks in under the radar and sets the cat among the pigeons.
Adam had kindly offered me the use of his Tablet; to join the 21sr century and use an electronic recording system rather than persevere with my norm of hand writing all bird entries. It would also be useful in blogging on a day-to-day basis rather than waintg until I returned home to write up the entire trip weeks after the event itself.
We arrived on schedule; we explored the immediate vicinity, recording birds. Yesterday we went out with Richard Atkinson, a professional Isle of Mull wildlife guide.
We saw the Hen Harrier [Life No.2] and [following much hard work] we saw the Golden Eagle [Lifer No.3].
It rained but it did not deter.