At the time I thought this was just another Willow Warbler but now I see it is a Wood Warbler. Clean white below.
Now that Melissa was all clean and smelling good we hopped in the Mercedes and sped up the gorge to Voringfoss.
I took about 1000 bad pictures of House Martins. Here you can barely see one speeding up into it's nest on the cliff face.
Voringfoss waterfall from the top.
House Martins hunting in the gorge.
Rough-legged Hawk (Buzzard in eurospeak)
We found a beautiful hike in the gorge, but it was hard to make it down the trail due to all the good birds.
Record shot of my lifer European Green Woodpecker
White-throated Dipper! The national bird of Norway.
Willow Tit - the bib is a tad wider than Marsh Tit.
The secondaries on the Willow Tit is lighter.
Hmm, guessing a fledgling European Robin
A young bird, probably also a Robin
European Green Woodpecker
Around lunch time we set off on the drive to Bergen.