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The southernmost province just 20 minutes away from Copenhagen Airport. Excellent year-round birding and Scandinavia’s main migration hotspot with Falsterbo and its massive visible migration as one of the jewels in the crown. Another one is the eastern part, Österlen. The habitats are varied, from sandy beaches, rocky cliffs, to farmland, different types of forest and major wetlands and lakes.

Photo © Magnus Ullman



A large Baltic Island. Holds Sweden’s oldest bird observatory, Ottenby, situated at the southern tip, and impressive numbers of migrant birds. The breeding fauna is distinctly easterly, with species such as Red-breasted and Collared Flycatcher, Greenish Warbler and Common Rosefinch. Alvaret is a unique steppe habitat and rich in orchids and other flora.

Photo © Erik Hirschfeld



Another gem in the Baltic Sea. Further away from the mainland than Öland and only reachable by air (easiest through Stockholm or Malmö) or ship (via Stockholm/Nynäshamn or Oskarshamn). The easterly influence on the bird fauna is obvious here, sharing many breeding species with Öland, in addition to harbouring Sweden’s only giant seabird colonies (auks) on Karlsöarna and fantastic nature and scenery. Main season May-September.

Photo © Jim Sundberg


Accessible from Gothenburg. This is the famous hotspot for seeing dancing Cranes in March-April and the fantastic lake is well worth a birding visit until June. The flora is varied and nearby some of Sweden’s largest congregations of Whooper Swans are found in spring. There are several lekking places for Black Grouse. Hazel Hen, Tengmalm’s Owl, Pygmy Owl and Capercaillie can also be found.

Photo © Kent-Ove Hvass


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Accessible from the Stockholm airports. Here we find the large Swedish forests and several owl species such as Ural, Tengmalm’s, Pygmy and Great Grey Owls with Capercailies, Black Grouse and Hazel Hens as well as Threee-toed Woodpecker. In the beautiful Dalecarlia province also we find the southernmost populations of Ptarmigan, Siberian Jay and Siberian Tit.

Photo © Magnus Ullman



Accessible from Kiruna and Östersund airports. This is where we find the mountain and Lapland bird fauna, as well as northern/eastern forest species such as Siberian Jay, SIberian Tit, Three-toed Woodpecker, Hazel Hen, Ptarmigan and Willow Grouse, Lapland Bunting, Bluethroats, Rough-legged Buzzard, Gyrfalcon and much more. Best birding season late May until mid July.

Photo © Kent-Ove Hvass

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