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.
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.
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
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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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Wildlife safaris in Norway will bring you eye to eye with a myriad of unique creatures in their natural habitat. Join a safari and get close to animals like whales and king crabs, or even the shaggy survivors from the last glacial epoch – the musk oxen.Read more
In Trøndelag we live close to nature and thus, to a high degree, close to animals. Sometimes when you are on a safari you can get close to the animals without them realising that you are even there. Other times they certainly know that you are there and they put on a special "show" for you.Read more