They dont know about the vulcano!! (I think)
It has been a funny week. Sunday and Monday LOTS of snow. Should be spring by now i hoped.
But it is easier to see the tracks of the Caper when it’s snow on the ground. And the Caper is leking!!
This week I have been doing film with a german filmcrew, filming Sea Eagles from boat is not easy but we had good luck with the weather, snow on Monday and than sping again!! They were very pleased. Eagles in snow and Eagles in sunset. Good for me!!
For some weeks I have tryed a Nikon D700 with a 200-400mm lense, I am getting sharp pictures!! Thank you to www.stavangerfoto.no, i´m having good fun now, even if I am not a good photographer.
So now it’s time to guide people to the Black Grouse, Capercaille, Sea Eagles and lot more. Spring is not easy, you want to be everywhere at the same time, that’s not possible but I will do my best to help the photographers to get the best.
I also love the Gulls!! It’s so funny!! Greetings from Arnold and Charlie.
So lets hope the vulcano is not doing to much trouble for us.
For those of you who have seen “Arnold” the Eagle in Flatanger, I have a message, he is still alive!!
After a long ,cold,snowy and hard winter it was great to see that Arnold is still alive. We called him Arnold because of his bad looking face (could be me or Arnold from California).
Look at this beak, it was like this also last year. I was realy afraid that this winter would be his last so I was just so happy to see him picking fish again, good man!!
As me, he has a beautiful wife, the other picture, lovely girl to have in the cliffs. I am not sure they are nesting this year, but I hope his chicks will look better if he success. So we have to keep him going, mybe he need a fan club?
As you also can see, Charlie is back in buisness, eating from the hand already.Amazing after 5 months away, think he knows me from last year. Good friends to have.
Did also see one Black- headed Gull, not a common spices in Flatanger.
So to all of you, spring is back, Capercaillie is leking from the sound of Black Grouse. Feels great to be a part of this nature. We have to fight for it!!!