The images in this category are very local within 10 square kilometers from my house

Migrating Pink-footed goose (Anser brachyrhynchus)) on its way to Svalbard. They gather in the north of Denmark (from the Benelux countries and Denmark) before leaving for the first stop (normally) in Trønderlag. They spend about 10-14 hours on this. Then on to Vesterålen and then directly across the sea for about 1000 km to Svalbard, arriving sometime in May. Then it’s down again until September with the whole young herd. It’s a hard journey, but what can you do for a nice nesting ground with lots of food for which they have few competitors.
Great spotted woodpecker (Dendrocopos major) – Flaggspett. From my garden
Local landscape, Ås
At NMBU (the university) of Ås
Main building at NMBU (the university ) of Ås
Lesser spotted woodpecker – (Dryobates minor) Dvergspett, Syverud, Ås
Temptation for winter guest,  Bohemian waxwing – Sidensvans (Bombycilla garrulus)
Spring in Syverud-forest, Ås
Barn swallow – Låvesvale (Hirundo rustica)
Moose – Elk
Sunset from Drøbak
Hidden Eurasian red squirrel – Ekorn (Ciurus vulgaris)
Bluetit – Blåmeis (Cyanistes caeruleus)
Common hepatica – Blåveis (Anemone hepatica)
Moon and haze
Lion’s mane jellyfish – Brennmanet (Cyanea capillata) Drøbak
Greenfinch – Grønnfink (Chloris chloris)
Local hero, Yellowhammer – Gulspurv (Emberiza citrinella)
Common buttercup – Engsoleie (Ranunculus acris)
Synchronized eating, Bohemian waxvings Bombycilla garrulus)
Eurasian wren – Gjerdesmett (Troglodytes troglodytes) NMBU, Ås
Well, that’s how marriage is? you’re in the house while I’m hanging outside
Green woodpecker – Grønnspett (Picus viridis)

Sunset – solnedgang, Ås
A new generation in the cemetery. Fieldfare -Gråtrost (Turdus Pilaris)
The Eurasian nuthatch – Spettmeis (Sitta europaea)
The European hornet – Geithams (Vespa crabro) 3,5 cm