Light southerly winds with persistent light rain all day.
Not really out and about in any meaningful way.
The day's first cup of coffee on the veranda produced a new house tick (#98) in the form of a Nuthatch spettmeis. This species varies enormously in it's occurrence in Øygarden - 2014 has been quite a good year with many observations from a variety of localities during the course of the autumn - no doubt irrupting birds from elsewhere. A Blackcap munk was also present here.
A short walk at Solberg produced some migrants - all typical for the time of year in the form of thrushes of various species, a Skylark sanglerke and a Woodcock rugde.
Part of a flock of Pinkfeet kortnebbgås at Breivk
A flock of 30 Pinkfeet kortnebbgås fed with nine Greylags grågås at Breivik.
Common Scoter svartand at Heggøy - probably a first year male given the bill colouring which isn't too visible in this image.
Otherwise all quiet on the home front.