Whoever 'Huey' may be ...
The local Butcherbirds prefer to wait out the rain under shelter on the back patio:
The back tank full to overflowing:
Pelting down at the back:
and the front:
Up to now (5pm Sunday 25th February, 2018) we had around 6 inches (150mm).
Thanks, Huey :-)
As the storm flashed and rattled this afternoon, the big Greens and Gracefuls were busily croaking and creaking. A frog chorus in the day is fairly unusual as was the absence of the maniacal popping of the Striped Marsh who are likely to serenade at any time.
Although not raining at night now, the Greens and Gracefuls are continuing their courtship songs and still there's no popping from the Striped Marsh.
The sound of frogs beats anything we can play to lull us off to sleep.
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