Dippers of Finland, bye bye!


This 16 March 2015 video is about a dipper near its nest in northern Finland, trying to make its song audible as the fast-flowing river makes noise.

After 15 March 2015, not yet the very last day in Kuusamo; the morning of 16 March, the last day. When we were back at the dippers’ nest where we had been before.

Dipper at nestbox, 16 March 2015

As we arrived, a dipper sat on the wooden bridge. Every now and then, the birds brought nesting material to their nestbox.

Dipper with nesting material, 16 March 2015

Dipper sings on snow, 16 March 2015

Then, time for singing again.

Dipper looks around, 16 March 2015

Time to look around a bit.

Dipper on bridge, 16 March 2015

And time to go back to the bridge.

Dipper sings, 16 March 2015

Time to sing again.

A great tit called.

Two dippers on the bridge.

A hooded crow flies past.

A dipper cleanses its feathers on a small stone in the stream.

Time for us to say goodbye to these beautiful birds.

This video is about a dipper in the Netherlands.

Our plane went to Helsinki. There, we changed planes.

More bird photos from Finland are here.

33 thoughts on “Dippers of Finland, bye bye!

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  30. Dear Kitty. I wonder whether you would allow British Trust for Ornithology to use your image of Dipper looking out of a nestbox in its new Nestbox Guide? We will be pleased to credit you as the photographer.
    Please email jeffbakerfour@gmail.com

    Many thanks. Jeff

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