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Arctic Norway & Finland Birds with David Stimac

March 12, 2018 - March 25, 2018

$9885

Early spring on the arctic shorelines and forests of Norway and Finland is an incredible time for bird photography! King and Steller’s eiders are almost ready to return to their breeding grounds in Russia. Black-legged Kittiwakes and Atlantic Puffins are coming home to their cliffs after a long winter at sea. Pine Grosbeaks, Siberian Jays and Arctic Redpolls flit through the Taiga. This is a magical time of year, as winter recedes and birdlife takes over. The longer days provide ample light, there are still plenty of winter birds, spring courtship activities have started and there are still good chances for spectacular Aurora borealis displays.

http://www.davidstimac.com/p/arctic-finland-nor

HIGHLIGHTS:
King, Steller’s and Common eiders, Razorbills, Atlantic Puffins, Common and Thick-billed Murres, Shags, Black-legged Kittiwakes, songbirds of the Taiga, northern owls, Aurora borealis, Golden & White-tailed Eagles, cryptic Willow & Rock Ptarmigan, the flamboyant displays of lekking Black Grouse and even the possibility of gyrfalcon or wolverine, all in a beautiful wintry landscape.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:
14 nights lodging
13 days of photography
All meals during the tour
All ground transportation
Professional tips and guidance in the field
Image critique
Local guides
Floating blind
All boat trips
Baited (roadkill) Golden Eagle blind
Black Grouse lek blind

Details

Start:
March 12, 2018
End:
March 25, 2018
Cost:
$9885
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Website:
http://www.davidstimac.com/p/arctic-finland-nor

Organizer

David Stimac
Phone:
810-895-6286
Email:
dstimac@davidstimac.com
Website:
www.davidstimac.com

Other

Region
Europe

Location

Arctic Norway
Norway + Google Map

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