The birds around the area where I live is non existent. It is almost empty now. Some preybirds hunting mice or rabbits are still here. Even the geeze has left. And the forest is quiet. I had to do something so I geared up and went to the coast. It is about 1.5 hours drive to Nyköping at the Baltic sea. I had checked the specis list for the area and it were suppost to be at least some waders there. Well, I found some even if it was not much. It was a strange day. Cloudy when I left with threatening clouds. At arrival the sun shone. When I came to an outlook tower and I was under cover, it started to pour down heavily. But there was some geeze and a few waders to look at.
Then sun came back with a beautiful sky. I joined a couple and went to another location I had not visited before. At that wetland there were some more waders and a few terns. We also had our luch at that place. It is nice eating and birding. In the sun. Then I slowly started back. Itwas quite a way to walk back. With all of my equipment you don´t walk fast. Back at the car I had some fruit and then I heard thunder. I only went about 100 m when the sky opened. I almost had to stop the car because I did not see. The rain came down aso hard. I was happy to be in the car. Had I still been walking I would have been soaked before 30 sec of time.
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