This picture is taken at the bird observatory area. Photo: Gunnar Gundersen
The Wood Warbler is a migratory bird, which overwinters in tropical Africa. In Norway, it is relatively common in coastal areas from Rogaland to the Oslo Fjord and in central Norway. It lives in deciduous or mixed forests, and is not a common species at the bird station area.
We consider it a rare species in the bird observatory area, with an average of less than 5 observations per year.
The figures below show updated data from the bird station: