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This blog will give you access to up-to-date information from our destinations and photo hides. Read when and where your target bird was last seen at your destination, and follow the activity around our photo hides day-by-day.
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Monday, November 8, 2010
Rarities in Trondheimsfjord
Siberian Tit - Levanger - november the 7th 2010. Photo: Terje Kolaas / www.bird.dintur.no
For beeing november, the last weeks have been extra ordinary in the Trondheimsfjord-area. Since October the 19th a Stilt Sandpiper - a third for Norway - has been present only 5 minutes from the Trondheim Airport. The bird is still there.
Stilt Sandpiper - Stjørdal - november 2010. Photo: Terje Kolaas / www.bird.dintur.no
Yesterday another local rarity, a Siberian Tit, showed up on one of our feeding stations. Normally you have to go further east in the country to see these amazing birds.
The major Pine Grosbeak and Waxwing invations are visible here as well, and the chance of finding them are good these days.
For more information about Trondheimsfjord - see here.