We were there a few hours in the evening and we did get some decent pictures of them.
Here are some facts about them:
The Spotted Nutcracker, Eurasian, or just Nutcracker is a passerine bird Slightly larger Than the eurasian jay. It has a much larger bill and a Slimmer looking head without any crest.
The feathering over its body is predominantly a chocolate brown with distinct white spots and streaks. The wings and upper tail are virtually black with a greenish-blue gloss.
The Nutcracker Can Be found in Southern parts of scandinavia, northern Europe, Siberia and to Eastern Asia Including Japan inhabiting the huge taiga conifer forests in the north. The Nutcracker we took photos of was certainly from the Siberia. And they are very rare here. :)
On Sunday, Me and brother are going to FinnmarksVidda in northern Norway for fishing, so there will be no more blogging until I get back from there. See U :)
|Grooming in the sun|
|Eating pine seeds|
|Relaxing in the sun|
|Not the sharpest picture ;)|