A large flock of some 150 jackdaws (kaie) decided to party in the garden this afternoon, then a large flock of over 450 birds appeared over the bay!
1 and 2. Part of a flock counted from videos of 310 Jackdaws (kaie) resting in the bay on 23rd March with about 100 hooded crows (kråke)
3. A large flock of about 250 Jackdaws flew over this afternoon
Jackdaws (kaie) coming in for landing below the house in the bay! It’s a hard winter for them with continuous snow cover!
Blue tit (blåmeis) singing
Jackdaws (kaie) resting
Female blackbird (svarttrost)
Always a joy to watch the aerial heroics of jackdaws (kaie) over the house in the evenings before flying into the roost….did I tell you I’m coming back as a jackdaw?
Every morning a large flock of Jackdaws / kaie fly past the house on the way to farmland to the east where they feed during the day…it happens very quickly so difficult to film. This morning I was filming the view of a snow shower over the fjord and the flock arrived, so I quickly started filming…
I love Jackdaws / Kaie, particularly for their playfulness and aerobatics, like this over the house today!
Jackdaws (kaie) fly every morning to breakfast which is served in the fields to the east of here…standing on my bedroom balcony, there’s suddenly a pressure wave as a small group of birds fly at breakneck speed right over the roof above my head…must try to film it one day…but this morning they and I also had a glorious view too…dreaming of coming back as a jackdaw…they have so much fun it seems!