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First Migratory Birds Arrive in Iceland

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First Migratory Birds Arrive in Iceland

Birds which migrate to Iceland during the summer have started arriving to the country with the increasingly longer days.

geese-winter_pkPhoto: Páll Kjartansson/Iceland Review.

Whooper swans which are thought to have migrated to Scotland or Ireland for the winter have been spotted in the Lón reservoir in East Iceland. A total of 56 scaups have also been spotted, ruv.is reports. Graylag geese have been seen over Höfn, East Iceland, and white wagtails in Vestmannaeyjar.

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