Bygdøy was also quiet with a couple of close Razorbills and four flyby Common Scoters the only birds of any slight interest although a total of 38 Guillemots out on the fjord was a very high count.
Fornebu only revealed the usual suspects but this time I saw some of the Beardies. The much photographed group of three females and a male showed high but distantly in the reeds whilst at least two more birds called 100 metres away. I also managed slightly better views and photos of Water Rail and saw there were two birds using the same ditch.
|Moose (elg) crossing the road in Maridalen|
|a drive by shot|
|Male Bearded Tit (skjeggmeis)|
|all four of the Beardies that I saw - as you can see not exactly close range|
|the flock of 4 1st winter Common Scoters (svartand) that seem to be the only ones of their kind wintering in the inner Oslo Fjord this year|
|female Great Spotted Woodpecker (flaggspett) in Maridalen|
|the male Teal (krikkand) at Fornebu|
|could have been a great shot|
|Water Rail (vannrikse)|
|Willow Tit (granmeis) Maridalen|
|a possible arty shot - Treecreeper (trekryper)|