In Denmark, Great Northern Divers are scarce migrants most often seen during the winter months or in late spring. In Iceland the species is a fairly common breeding bird in the northeastern part of the country. The species can be found on large lakes or along the coast where it is often possible to get really good views. An evening trip to Myvatn with phalaropes, thousands of ducks and the calls of Great Northern Divers is truely an amazing experience - try it!
|14/6 Great Northern Diver Raufarhöfn NE Iceland. This is how we typically see the species in DK.|
|14/6 Great Northern Diver Raufarhöfn NE Iceland. Large feet, beer belly, dark neck/face and an obvious neck ring.|