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The Lapland spring is a hectic time for migrators
The Lapland springThe Lapland spring is really a hectic time for all kinds of living creatures. Numerous species of birds are migrating from many corners of the world. You see them in large quantities on marshlands, along the fiords and coasts - and even in peoples' gardens. You see all these birds and hear their different "languages". All trying to find mates. Time is short.
Lapland spring starts from middle of April. You'll have plenty of time for observation as the days are getting really long. From the beginning of May there is light enough to stay outside all night if you wish so. And remember that from around the middle of May the sun doesn't set at all!
In the northern parts of Finnish Lapland it is possible to see for instance Pine Grosbeaks, Siberian Jay, Siberian and Willow Tits and Arctic Redpoll.
At the Tana River delta you may spot the beautiful gyrfalcon (falco rusticolus). Here is a traditional breeding site for the gyrfalcon, which is one of the most powerful of the world's falcons.
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