Author Archives: Bernt-Inge

Photography workshop in Denmark

Last weekend I traveled down to Denmark for a Nature Photography Workshop hosted by Morten Hilmer. The workshop was held at Skandinavisk Dyrepark just outside Kolind. The park was still closed for the season and we got to experience the animals during their “vacation”. The park has few animals with large areas for them to roam in. […]

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Northern Hawk-Owl invasion

The last two months there has been a lot of Northern Hawk-Owl observation in the southern parts of Norway. I have several times been out and spotted this Owl at a local forrest area. After three photography attempts I walked in to the area this weekend just to check if the owl still was there. […]

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Mandarin duck in Norway

Went for a walk with the family today to a small area in Kristiansand that is called Ravnedalen. A Mandarin Duck had been spotted here lately and I hoped to catch a glimt of it. The area is a known local recreation area and they are feeding the birds. Around 25-30 mallards where residing in […]

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Second time in a bird hide

When I visited the bird hide the first time I did not get to see the Sparrow Hawk. This is the first picture from the second visit. I had just mounted the camera and got a sip of my coffee when I heard the unmistakable sound of the Sparrow Hawk. It was still pretty dark […]

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First time in a bird hide

This weekend I spent Friday night to Saturday afternoon in a local Sparrow Hawk hide. Leiv Arne has used a lot of time and effort to create an amazing hide with lots of bird activity. Unfortunately the Sparrow Hawk only scared the other birds away and disappeared again. Oh well better luck next time. Here are […]

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