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Lista Lighthouse and the area around.
Lista Lighthouse and the area around.
Contact Lista Bird Observatory

Lista Bird Observatory is situated at Lista Lighthouse in Farsund municipality, on the South-West Coast between Kristiansand and Stavanger.

Our coordinates are:

Latitude: +58 06' 36" N (58.11 deg N)
Longitude: 06 34' 00" E (6.56667 deg E)


Lista Lighthouse and the area around.
Lista Lighthouse and the area around.
The bird obsevatory has one building and five areas with mist nets.

Adress: Lista Fuglestasjon,
             Fyrveien 6, 4563 Borhaug (Norway)

Phone: 94 98 67 93

E-mail: post(a)listafuglestasjon.no

The Observatory's main building is the first house to the right when you walk from the parking lot toward the lighthouse.

The main building is used for office, storage, accommodation and resting area for personnel. The observatory also has a separate room used for bird ringing right next to the lighthouse.

If you would like to participate in our work or visit the Observatory please contact us via phone or email.




Ringing numbers
This season110
Today0
Detailed log

Reportasje fra Lista FS
i Aftenposten

Seasonal deviation
Common Redpoll2-99%
Mistle Thrush1-96%
Snow Bunting2-93%
Twite2-92%
Eurasian Woodcock1-90%
Eurasian Siskin618+743%
Black-legged Kittiwake242+322%
Chiffchaff36+227%
Rock Dove62+207%
Mew Gull9926+194%
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Lista Fuglestasjon
Fyrveien 6
NO-4563 Borhaug
post@listafuglestasjon.no Tlf: 949 86 793