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Birding Sweden, Take 1 (All Regions) Hawk Owl Winter - Swan Spring

Series: Birding Sweden Volume: 1
By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 120 min, aspect ratio: 16:9, PAL
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Birding Sweden, Take 1 has been put together from material collected during several trips to Sweden, where the author visited various regions during different seasons. This DVD gives a general overview of Sweden and its wildlife, and then looks at winter birding, introducing birdlife which has adpated to cope with the rigours of the Swedish climate. Amongst species covered are the hawk owl, a couple of eagles, the grey-headed and white- backed woodpecker, the nutcracker and more. "Swan Spring" depicts the change of seasons and checks out the scores of summer breeding birds streaming into the country from March through till late May. In early summer, after first birding the Svartadalen region of Central Sweden, the attention shifts to the uplands of Southern Lapland. This part features, amongst others, woodpeckers, northern owls, including the iconic great grey, gyr falcons, arctic and black terns, phalaropes, and numerous upland breeding waders.


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Contents

1. Introduction (1:55)
2. An Overview of Sweden (9:49)
3. Wildlife in Sweden (6:36)
4. Filming Locations (2:45)
5. Winter Birding 1 - A special place in the forest (16:58)
6. The White-backed Woodpecker (5:51)
7. Winter Birding 2 - Hawk Owl & Eagles (15:17)
8. Springtime in Svartådalen (9:54)
9. Early Summer (9:30)
10. Peckers & Owls (7:48)
11. Fulufjallets Nature Reserve (7:03)
12. Siberian Jay (4:32)
13. Flatruet Plateau - Southern Lapland (11:20)
14. Willow &.Black Grouse (5:19)
15. Storsjon Reserve (5:00)

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Series: Birding Sweden Volume: 1
By: Malcolm Rymer(Author)
Runtime: 120 min, aspect ratio: 16:9, PAL
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