Lund Island | A bird’s paradise, the best bird-watching spot Lund Island is located 26 kilometers west of Alesund, where about 500,000 seabirds choose to live here every year. There are about 240 species of these seabirds. Lund Island is praised as the best bird watching spot in Norway. ["Bird's Paradise"-Lund Island] Although Lund Island is only a small island, I have seen many birds here, perhaps because of the suitable climate, or because of the beautiful environment here, in short Many birds inhabit here, there must be the unique charm of Lund Island. For this reason, every year countless photographers, bird lovers, and animal world will choose to shoot on Lund Island. When I was on Lund Island, the puffins I saw the most were. I had heard of puffins before, but I was able to see them with my own eyes this time, and was overwhelmed by their cute appearance. Puffins have black back feathers and white belly. The most distinctive feature is their orange-red claws. They look dull and look like close relatives of penguins and parrots. Among the photos taken for them, there is a group of grandpas walking in front of their homes. They want to laugh when they see this group of photos~ [Overlooking the island scenery] In addition to many kinds of birds, Lund Island itself is also very interesting. The cliff looks magnificent and the sea is crystal clear. Standing on the top of the island and overlooking the scenery made me feel good and feel free. Tips: It is said that at 10 o'clock in the evening, the scenery when seabirds return to their nests is quite spectacular.
The island of many birds that live on, it’s worth seeing Lund Island is located in Molde, Norway. It is a relatively remote island. It is said that only 108 people live on the entire island, but most of the Tanabata festival here are some birds. , There are about 500,000, and the scene is very spectacular when they return every night. If you want to come to this island, you must first go to the pier and take a boat. After getting on the island, my friends and I did not see the so-called birds, but a very large wall, which looked like the Great Wall of China, and was particularly majestic. After we got off the boat, we came to this beach, which is not suitable for swimming, but a fishing place for local people. We went inside after the tour. There are many houses here, all locals live here, and they look very simple. Among them, I found a shop with freshly caught seafood. The price is affordable. After a taste, the taste is very delicious. Yeah. In this way, the locals said that the birds will return to their nests after 10 o’clock in the evening, so we looked forward to it. When around 10 o’clock, a large number of birds roared past the sky, covering the entire sky. The scene is particularly spectacular. Staying on this island, I feel very leisurely, not very depressed, I will come again when I have the opportunity. tips1: Open all day. 2: It is recommended to play for 2~3 hours. Attraction address: Herø y, Mø re og Romsdal
A small island with a population of only 108 people is also called Bird Island because of the large number of seabirds inhabiting the island. Climbing to the top of the small island at a low altitude, you can see tens of thousands of seabirds and their birds on the back cliff. Bird’s Nest, it’s said that when seabirds return to the nest at 10 o’clock in the evening, the entire sky will be covered by seabirds
Lund Island is located in the west of Alesund and is said to be the habitat of 500,000 seabirds. At night, when the seabirds return to their nests, the entire sky is covered by seabirds. The scene is very spectacular and it is an excellent bird watching spot.
It looks like a fortress like Normandy.