The 2013 cricket season was over, the days were getting shorter, and food and drink were becoming scarce. The natural response of the Greater Pullin was of course to begin his autumn migration. He set off on 20 September, expecting to take about 6 weeks to reach his over-wintering habitat in the southern hemisphere. All major perils of the migration were avoided - he was lucky not to be shot down over Cyprus - and the Greater Pullin landed at Broome Airport in Western Australia on 31 October. Other migration news can be found here and here.