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Live from the eagle nest

Broadcasted live as it happens. No editing. No filters.
Observe the daily life of the steady eagle couple Baroness Barefoot and Baron Blue, thanks to advanced but discreet live cameras.

Baron Blue and Baroness Barefoot is one of approximatly 50 pairs of white-tailed eagles on the relatively small island Smøla, on the west coast of Norway. Nowhere else in the world you will find a higher density of these beautiful eagles.

The heronry

In the noisy heronry on Smøla you can zooom in on a heronry with over 40 hatching couples. Grey herons are very special birds whom scientists know very little about. Now you can watch the fascinating life in a heronry live 24/7, with all its‘ noise and drama. Read more on zooom.no.

 

 

The "bird restaurant"

In a garden restaurant outside the house of the senior advisor Jan Erik Røer in the Norwegian Bird Life Association (NOF) at Nesodden outside Oslo, you get to meet dozens of garden birds and other animals. Read more on zooom.no

 

 

About zooom.no

Pure nature – unfiltered

Zooom.no lets you get up close and personal with Norwegian wildlife – wherever, whenever.

Zooom.no live broadcast the lives of wild animals in Norway, totally unfiltered. A glimpse of the true wildlife and nature in Norway: Beautiful, harsh and sometimes brutal. Zooom's goal is to give their viewers an opportunity to watch wild animals in their natural habitats without disturbing them in any way.

About Smøla

Smøla is the and most western and northerly of the Nordmøre municipalities.

Smøla borders on Ramøyfjorden (Hitra), Edøyfjorden, with Grip and Griphølen to the south-west.

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