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23 Mar 2018 19:16

Found the main flock of snow geese again.  I think these are my favorite migratory birds. :)

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And a sign of spring:  Daffodil fields in full bloom.  The Tulips should be out in another couple weeks!

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24 Mar 2018 21:07

Caught more snowgeese swarming today as a bald eagle buzzed the flock.  The sight and sound of 10,000+ birds taking to the air at once is an incredible thing.

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26 Mar 2018 16:45

Damn, thats alot of birds!

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03 Apr 2018 04:20

A quick panorama taken 1. April in Jotunheimen, Norway.  Easter as it should be!  Not a single cloud for a week, extremely dry air, and no wind.  -30C at night, peaking to -10C during the day.  And my skiing through this landscape in the bright moonlight a couple nights before was something to remember.  I don't think anyone else was mad enough to ski alone at 4am. :)

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06 Apr 2018 10:57

Wonderful midtskogen!
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22 Apr 2018 11:12

Not a good picture, but all I had was my mobile phone.  There are four elks in this picture taken in the Canadian Rockies Friday, about 50 meters away.
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22 Apr 2018 17:22

That's pretty cool, midtskogen.  I remember in Colorado seeing a group of Moose cross the road right in front of me (I was hiking along it, not driving) and it was amazing seeing such big animals up close.
 
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22 Apr 2018 21:27

It's not unusual to see moose over here (I'm back in Norway), 1, 2 or 3 of them, but I can't remember seeing 4.  But it's a different species, and the social behaviour differs.  I'm assuming that these were elks.  That was what signs warned about.  They were large (as horses), but possibly slightly smaller than European moose.  Groups of deer are more common here than of moose (deer are much smaller, though, and cannot be mistaken for moose).
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