Photo above shows our Base camp and the ATV that moved all our kit and bottom photo shows you some of the frozen Tundra we flew over during the chopper flight.On Friday our Chopper flight finally departed Anadyr and on route we flew over a frozen sea, Tundra marshes and mountains. Arrival here was ok and the flight took just on 90 minutes. Saturday, Sunday and Today has been spent cleaning our chalet, checking the nearby area for previous Spoon Billed Sandpiper Territories for when they are expected to arrive next week (fingers crossed) and this afternoon Martin and myself went out the the sea ridge. To get there we had to cross a 50 metre wide frozen river and this is rather nerve racking as you keep expecting to fall through. We have had to cross several frozen rivers so far this trip. highlights since arriving in Meino includes: Mongolian Plovers of which 2 birds were colour ringed and I suspect the Yellow flag ringed bird is was trapped in Broome, Australia and the Lime green ring is a locally trapped bird. Today I saw my first Harlequin Ducks "up close and personal" Stellers Eider's 1 flock of 60 birds, a Grey Whale and my first Baluga which was 20 metres from the beach! Hope to keep you posted with more over the coming days and hopefully a photo or 2 but everything is rationed here and so we have only just sorted out the wi-fi issues.Once things setlle down and we settle in I hope access improves.