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Blafjella-Skjaekerfjella National Park - BirdForum Opus

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Close to the Swedish border in Nord-Trondelag this park is renowned for its virtually untouched spruce forest. Elsewhere in the park there is pine forest, several rivers and many lakes.


Notable Species

The area is not well-known as a birding site but Golden Eagle and Gyr Falcon are present as well as Whimbrel, Siberian Jay and Bluethroat.


Birds you can see here include:

Golden Eagle, Gyr Falcon, Whimbrel, Bluethroat, Common Jay, Siberian Jay, Brambling

Other Wildlife

Mammals present include Elk, Reindeer and Roe Deer, Lynx, Pine Marten and Mink.

Site Information

History and Use

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Areas of Interest

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Access and Facilities

Accommodation is available at the Gressamoen Farm just outside the park and reached from Myrset which is 30km south-east of Grong. Weather is very variable in this area but May and August are probably the best months.

Contact Details

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External Links

Go Norway National Park website

Content and images originally posted by Steve