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Utvær is a group of small and low, windswept islands and skerries covered with grass, 7 km off the coast at the mouth of the Sognefjord. The outermost islet represents the westernmost point of dry land in Norway. This makes a good vantage point for observing the migration of waterbirds along the coast, and under certain weather conditions, migrant landbirds may turn up as well.