BIRD GUIDING AROUND OSLO

Monday, 3 July 2017

Little Gulls

It is now the summer holidays and the Oslo Birder is now birding in northern Norway.

The 1310km road trip up to Bodø was relatively uneventful except for fantastic views of Little Gulls. They were feeding so close to me that my pictures should have been totally amazing but unfortunately they didn't turn out to be that great.

Little Gull (dvergmåke)






this group flew high and were calling

















the lake where they were was almost a village pond with a path all the way round and a few houses/cabins. It was a very bird rich lake with Slavonian Grebes, ducks, Arctic Tern as well as the Little Gulls and Black-headed Gulls (the gulls didn't seem to be breeding though)

Little Gull with Slavonian Grebe (horndykker)

moose

mountains in Sweden
male Kestrel (tårnfalk)



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