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Uploaded on Monday 26 May 2014 by Peter Prokosch

Coal Tit (Parus ater), Tromøy, planned "Raet National Park", Norwegian South Coast

Year: 2014 Taken by: Peter Prokosch
The coal tit is typically a bird of temperate humid conifer forest, quite common on the islands adjacent to the planned national park. The Coastal Archipelago Park of the South Coast ("Sørlandet") of Norway covers an area of the Skagerak coast between Grenland in Telemark and Lindesnes in West Agder, including many hundreds of islands and skerries. The Sørland coast is one of the most important recreation areas of Norway and hosts a unique coastal ecosystem with special habitats and a rich biodiversity. Therefore tourism is regulated accordingly with special nature reserves and bird sanctuaries in place. Presently discussed are plans to develop the so called "Raet National Park", outside of Arendal, Grimstad and Tvedestrand and the islands Tromøy and Hisøy,
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