Early trip to Myrkdalen to look for Quail and Red-necked Phalarope. In the fields on the northern part of the lake I found a group of six Common Cranes. They flew away off course. But no sign of the Red-necked Phalarope. Two Bluethroats and a Icterine Warbler singing. At last I found the Common Quail calling frequently in the fields north-east of the lake. It took four hours...but the result was two new for the county.
|group of six Common Cranes|
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