BirdLife Norge avdeling Vestfold

The association is affiliated with BirdLife Norway which is a nationwide organization for all bird enthusiasts.

The main association's website can be found here: http://www.birdlife.no/

The purpose of the association and its main tasks are:

  • to protect nature and in particular the bird fauna
  • to be a link between the county's bird enthusiasts
  • to stimulate interest in birdlife by arranging meetings, courses and excursions

You can find more information about BirdLife Vestfold on the website:

http://www.birdlife.no/organisasjonen/fylkesavdelinger/vestfold/

Everyone is welcome to become a member of the association and you can sign up onthe website:

http://www.birdlife.no/organisasjonen/medlemskap/

Do you have questions or need help with something?
Email vestfold@birdlife.no

The association's address is:
BirdLife Norway of Vestfold, P.O. Box 162, NO-3201 Sandefjord.

Image

Common Tern Sterna hirundo. "Diving for food. The tern usually overwinter south of the equator".
Photo: Roy Fjelldal

Barnacle goose Branta leucopsis. "Originally a high Arctic bird species, the goose now nests on islands in the Oslo Fjord"
Photo: Roy Fjelldal

Cormorant Phalacrocorax carbo. "The plumage needs to be dried off after many dives for food in the sea"
Photo: Svein Andersen

Natural benefits and services from wetlands in Norway are worth several billion Norwegian Kroner every year.

Menon Economics - 2018