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Hjelmsøy

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The northern part of the island is a nature reserve with the Hjelmsøystauren nesting cliff. The most important bird colonies here are guillemot, razor-billed auk, puffin and kittiwake. Also home to Norwegian Lapland’s largest population of sea eagle.

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  • Activities

    • mountain hiking
  • Nature and terrain

    • lake
    • skerries
  • Hunting

    • small game shooting
    • hare hunting

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Hjelmsøy

The northern part of the island is a nature reserve with the Hjelmsøystauren nesting cliff. The most important bird colonies here are guillemot,...

Hjelmsøy

Source: Visitnorway

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