Photo Blog

Archive for April 14, 2010

Pine Grosbeaks in Lapland

Neljän Tuulen Tupa is located in Kaamanen, 30 kilometers north of Inari village. They started feeding birds some years back and today many of their customers are bird photographers from everywhere in the world.  Their main attraction are pine grosbeaks, these colorful birds, female being yellow and male red. Birds start coming in late February and in April there is about one hundred grosbeaks around the house. There are also many common redpolls who are singing loudly and siberian tits.