Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Skogsøy 28 Feb 2006

Not birding at all but couldn't help noticing a few strings of Northern Gannets havsule heading north along with a few Kittiwake krykkje. As usual a Rock pipit skjærpipilerke was present at the lookout.

The main purpose for the trip was to prepare a shelter for the forthcoming seawatching marathon; how long it will last is anyones guess. The prototype needs some modifications but in essence it will look something like the picture below, hopefully it will keep some rain off my telescope lens.

A trip out in failing light produced a White-tailed Eagle havørn, several Starling stær and the usual selection of duck.

Goldeneye kvinand

1 comment:

Eddie said...

Hi, I was surfing the internet and came across your blog. I'm quite impressed , with how it makes such good reading.

This is one to watch.

Many thanks,

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