BIRD GUIDING AROUND OSLO

Thursday, 14 July 2016

More snaps

My pre breakfast birding this morning turned up knobby again and a 1st summer Great Northern Diver but nothing else too interesting.

Here is installment two of pictures from the road trip.

 
A male Red-necked Phalarope who probably had young somewhere as he was quite agitated


not difficult to see what Red-necked Phals eat
 
Sibe Jay – this species is surprisingly scare (or under reported) in Nordland County and these were the fourth observation reported in 2016





 
Waxwing which seem to breeding in higher than normal numbers in Southern Central Norway this year
 


Willow Tit – as usual my attempts to find Siberian Tit resulted in only Willow Tits

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