Iceland 14/04/2018- 21/04/2018

67 ssp. / 3 ssp new for WP

Highlights: The Ring Circle. The Milky Whale boat in Hussavik (without whales but with lots of fun). The landscapes around Myvatan lake.  The Gyrfalcon spots. The unfinishing volcanic areas. The isolation. The fish and chips for 18 euros. A male drake King Eider in Akranes. The first twitch of the trip, an American White-winged Scooter in Keflavik. The white Rock Ptarmigans in brown-red landscapes.

  1. Cygnus cygnus
  2. Anser brachyrhynchus
  3. Anser anser
  4. Branta leucopsis
  5. Branta bernicla
  6. Tadorna tadorna
  7. Anas plathyrhynchos
  8. Anas acuta
  9. Anas clypeata
  10. Anas penelope
  11. Anas crecca
  12. Aythya marila
  13. Aythya fuligula
  14. Somateria mollissima
  15. Somateria spectabilis
  16. Clangula hyemalis
  17. Histrionicus histrionicus
  18. Bucephala islandica
  19. Mergus merganser
  20. Mergus serrator
  21. Melanitta deglandi
  22. Lagopus muta
  23. Gavia stellata
  24. Gavia immer
  25. Podiceps auritus
  26. Fulmarus glaciaris
  27. Morus bassanus
  28. Phalacrocorax carbo
  29. Phalacrocorax aristotelis
  30. Falco rusticolus
  31. Falco columbarius
  32. Haematopus ostralegus
  33. Charadrius hiaticula
  34. Pluvialis apricaria
  35. Calidris alba
  36. Calidris maritima
  37. Arenaria interpres
  38. Calidris alpina
  39. Tringa totanus
  40. Limosa limosa
  41. Numenius phaeopus
  42. Gallinago gallinago
  43. Stercorarius skua
  44. Stercorarius parasiticus
  45. Larus ridibundus
  46. Larus canus
  47. Larus argentatus
  48. Larus marinus
  49. Larus fuscus
  50. Rissa tridactyla
  51. Larus hyperboreus
  52. Larus glaucoides
  53. Fratecula arctica
  54. Cepphus grylle
  55. Alca torda
  56. Uria aalge
  57. Columba livia
  58. Asio flammeus
  59. Anthus pratensis
  60. Motacilla alba
  61. Turdus iliacus
  62. Regulus regulus
  63. Toglodytes troglodytes
  64. Corvus corax
  65. Sturnus vulgaris
  66. Carduelis flammea
  67. Plectrophenax nivalis



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