BIRD GUIDING AROUND OSLO

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Winter is still coming

It is below freezing all the time at the moment and snow is forecast for tonight. A quick drive around Maridalen today revealed 3 adult Whooper Swans and a Goldeneye on the lake, a male Goshawk over and a few Bullfinches and Yellowhammers.
There was a frost covering the fields, the edges of the lake are starting to freeze and the there was mist over the lake - very atmospheric.


This isn't at Maridalen, but something I saw in London at St. James Park on Tuesday, can I tick it?

3 comments:

  1. I like your blog!
    Does tic mean what we in Sweden call "kryssa", when you put a new bird to your list?
    Lena/Stockholm

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  2. Hi Lena. Tick does indeed mean the same as the swedish kryssa. The Pelicans unfortunately cannot be added to my list though as they are not wild - still nice birds though!

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  3. Thankyou Rixy!
    I try to learn better English and I do TICK too.
    So your blog is very interesting for me!

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