Even if autumn is the time of year when nature falls to rest, it is a lot going on. This is a compilation of photos from the Lofoten Islands last fall.
|Many birds migrate trough the islands during fall.|
Wren (Tryglodytes tryglodytes).
A Dunnock (Prunella modulars) fades into the surroundings.
|The Lesser Whitetroath (Sylvia curruca) is a |
rather uncommon guest in the islands.
|Shorebirds follow the outer coastline of the islands during fall migration.|
Ruff (Philomacus pugnax) (left) and Grey Plowers (Pluvialis squatarola).
Brushane (venstre) og tundralo
|A flock of Dunlins (Calidris alpina) and Ruffs (Philomacus pugnax).|
Myrsniper og brushaner
|Black-tailed Godwits (Limosa limosa) feeding on the mudflats.|
|The Scarce Umber (Agriopis aurantiaria) is the beauty |
among the late autumn moths.
|A Herring Gull (Larus argentatus) posing for the photographers.|