Bits and bobs around Crosby beach and Marine Lake today, including an adult Med Gull in the roost at the northern end of the lake, and another adult winter bird out on the beach.
Neither showed the slightest inkling of waking up, even when the sun came out.
A Black headed Gull almost into full summer plumage on the beach too - hormonally freaky, but there you go.
On the lake, 9 Tufties, 4 Great Crested Grebes and a single male Goldeneye alongside the usual Cormorants, but I couldn't see any Scaup today.
Perhaps the imminent mega-hooley forecast for the next day or so will shake things up a bit.
The two Corn Buntings were on the beach briefly early doors, while Skylarks, Pied Wags, Linnets and a single Rock Pipit were around the strandline in the afternoon.
Hundreds of mussels are due to be put into the lake tomorrow, attached to special booms, courtesy of an operation from up around Loch Etive.
The idea being to cleanse the water and tackle any algae issues in the future - could be interesting.
Given the forecast, I ain't looking forward to tomorrow's wader count.
Eyes to the skies everyone, eyes to the skies...