Taken a sunny morning in frosty fog in low temperature in Norway in January. The Whooping Swans are pretty robust, and very beautiful birds, that are used to cold days, but need open water. Not many places have open water in Norway in January, but a river south of Oslo is always open, due to a water reservoir overflow.
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- Cuban Tody. A tiny but breathtaking bird, with brilliant colours.
- Ivory-billed Woodcreeper
- Eurasian Pygmy Owl
- Sri Lanka Chestnut-backed Owlet
- White-browed Nuthatch, a Myanmar endemic bird
- Red-tailed Kite, taken in Sweden
- Steller’s Eider in Northern Norway
- European Coots in Display Fight
- Rufous-throated Sapphire taken in Brazil
- Bullfinch couple eating Northern dock