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Eastern Norway Innlandet ENGERDAL

Birdwatching Kvisleflået marshes

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Kvisleflået is a 30 km2 forest marshland with a rich bird life. This is the only known location in Southern Norway with annually breeding Jack Snipe. Easier to find are the many pairs of Whooper Swan, and you may also find Broad-billed Sandpiper, Siberian Jay, Siberian Tit and Rustic Bunting. This is also a migration staging ground for ducks.

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