Sunny but a brisk northerly kept things feeling chilly in exposed areas.
Most of today's birding was at Tjeldstø which proved quite productive. Best bird was my first Swallow låvesvale of the year. A flock of four Linnet tornirisk were also new for the year but have been seen in Øygarden for the last few days.
The Pinkfoot kortnebbgås remained in the area and a second year Whooper sangsvane on Rotevatnet was relatively late - quite possibly this is the same bird that has spent much of the winter here.
A quick look at Solberg produced little but confirmed at least that I wasn't missing out on much in the way of movement over the sea.
Other birds picked up today included an Eagle Owl hubro and a Woodcock rugde.