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Norwegian Birds - Checklist in foreign languages
English - German - Spanish - French - Dutch - Russian
Every year a significant number of birdwatchers and other wildlife enthusiasts are visiting Norway. Places like Svalbard, Runde, Lofoten, Varanger, Lista, Hardangervidda and the Trondheimsfjord are well known internationally. Norway offers a wide range of birding opportunities in an amazing variation of habitats; especially important are the arctic coast, fjords, coastal and mountain habitats, but the country also offers extending forests and wetlands systems and a rich varity of cultural landscapes in between. Norway is stretching 1800 km from south to north.
This checklist is made to lighten the
communication between local and foreign birdwatchers. The list of Norwegian
birds comprises all 481 species which have occured in an apparently natural
state between 1.1.1950 and 10.08.2010. The species order and scientific names
used here follow that of the Official Norwegian List, maintained by the
Norwegian Rarities Committee (NSKF). Names are given in Norwegian, English,
German, Spanish, French, Dutch and Russian languag