Godalming area birds

Godalming area birds


Sunday, 13 March 2016


I spent a couple of nights in Oslo, the capital of Norway, from Thursday to Saturday. This was mainly a city break instigated by ridiculously cheap flights (£20 return!) but it turned into a semi-birding trip, and I even managed to get a lifer in the shape of Hawk Owl. As a result, I've done a report which can be found here on Cloud Birders. As mentioned in the write up, a big recommendation to Simon Rix for anyone visiting Oslo. Below are a selection of largely rubbish photos I took.
Extremely close views of a Hawk Owl
Goldeneye were seen at a few sites

Oslo Fjord
Tree Sparrows were numerous in Oslo

Moose tracks
The most common bird seen

Maridalen (no Dipper)

Who's life ticked who?

A Goshawk nest

More Hooded Crows