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Fokstumyra marshland is one of the most famous bird localities in Norway, subject to ornithologists attention since the early 1800’s. It was protected as a nature reserve in 1923 and is often referred to as Norway’s first nature reserve. The area covers about 18 square kilometres and is located at an elevation of about 950 metres. From the tower hide and boardwalk through the area, you can see typical mountain species such as Hen Harrier, Ruff, Whimbrel, Red-necked Phalarope, Short-eared Owl, Bluethroat and Lapland Bunting.