Sparrowhawk

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The temperature reached a barmy +6C today (although is still below zero at night) and at Bygdøy on south facing slopes there was actually snow free ground at the base of trees – so there is hope!

No new have discovered this though as the cold northerly winds will put off any thoughts of migration for a while yet. The sun is still shining though so photo opportunities are good when they arise.

Today I had a young Sparrowhawk at close range which resulted in a few worthy of sharing.

the brown plumage shows this to be a 2cy (born last year) and from size and structue I would say it was a male

 

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Simon Rix

Simon Rix

Simon Rix is an English Birder who has lived in Oslo, Norway since 2001. Birding has been his passion since primary and after an education as an economist and career within oil and gas and then drinks he turned his attention full time to birds as middle age approached. He is particularly interested in patch birding and migration and is an active guide, blogger and photographer. He is a member of the Norwegian Rarities Committee (NSKF).

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Simon Rix

Simon Rix

Simon Rix is an English Birder who has lived in Oslo, Norway since 2001. Birding has been his passion since primary school and after an education as an economist and career within oil and gas and then drinks industry he turned his attention full time to birds as middle age approached. He is particularly interested in patch birding and migration and is an active guide, blogger and photographer. He is a member of the Norwegian Rarities Committee (NSKF).

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