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Old Saturday 15th December 2018, 21:41   #1
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Sewatching hides

(Tried to reply to an old thread on this subject but it wasn't possible)

After many years a seawatching hide has been built and will soon be ready for use at Skogsy, near Bergen, Norway. Well known for the spring migration of Yellow-billed loons (or White-billed Divers as I still call them)....

For more pictures of this hide (from outside only) see this post.

Other seawatching hides here.
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Old Saturday 15th December 2018, 21:46   #2
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Hi Julian

It is possible to reply to those old threads, I think you missed the instruction and the wee tick box agreeing that you did want to post in the thread.
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or White-billed Divers as I still call them)....
Erm, yes, because that's what they are..
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