Life around the bird feeders

When we go into the darkest week of the year around Christmas, it is time to focus on the bird feeders, and ensure that the birds have food to survive the hardest period of winter.

The crested tit is charming bird found close to coniferous forests.

The coal tit is also a typical woodland bird.

The great tit can be found around any bird feeder.

Blue tits are among the most numerous birds in south-eastern Norway in the winter.

The nuthatch is always active, climbing up and down around the feeders.

The European goldfinch has expanded its range over the last decades and is now a regular bird in most of south-eastern Norway.

The robin is often shy and approach the feeders carefully.