|a photo of a Red-throated Pipit (lappiplerke) in Akershus!|
|juvenile Hen Harrier (myrhauk). The small size and pale iris show this to be a young male|
here the Hen Harrier is flying past a perched adult female Marsh Harrier and has flushed a load of Snipe the adult female Marsh Harrier (sivhauk) the juvenile Marsh Harrier flying over a perched juvenile Goshawk the adult male Mrsh Harrier trying to pull a dead creature out of vegetation in the water the juvenile Goshawk (hønsehauk) also tried to pull something from the water weed but failed juvenile Merlin (dvergfalk) Peregrine (vandrefalk) Common Buzzard (musvåk) and adult Sparrowhawk (spurvehauk) - quite a day for raptors! mummy, daddy and baby Crane (trane) Ringed Plovers (sandlo) and Dunlin (myrsnipe) the three Garganey (knekkand) although it is difficult to tell based on this picture the Garganey again - honestly! Golden Plover (heilo) the Merlin flying in front of the large Pochard (taffeland) flock can you make out the Shoveler (skjeand)?
|2cy Lesser Black-backed Gull (sildemåke)|
|4 species of gull in juvenile plumage. Clockwise from top left: Lesser Black-backed Gull, Herring Gull (gråmåke), Black-headed Gull (hettemåke) and Common Gull (fiskemåke)|
|the male Mandarin|