God dag, god dag –

Vanligvis fotograferer vi ‘norsk natur’, men idag har jeg gjort et lite unntak og overbringer en hilsen fra en av innbyggerne som tilhører ‘norsk fauna’:

Ordinarily we present you with pictures from ‘Norwegian nature’, but today is an exception, and present you to one of the elements from Norwegian fauna:
Pictures 045bClick the picture and say ‘hello’!

Brunbjørnen er det største rovdyret vi har i Norge. Den er ‘altetende’ og kan nyttiggjøre seg vegtabilsk mat så vel som animalsk føde. Når forholdene er optimale kan brunbjørnen veie inn med en matchvekt på ca 400-450 kilo.  Gjennom ulendt terreng kan den holde en hastighet på 50-55 km/t over lange avstander, svømmer som en fisk og er en utmerket ‘klatrer’ (som i dette bildet hvor den sitter i et furutre ca 6-7 meter over bakken!
Og du kan møte den på tyttebærtur . . . 🙂

The brown bear is the largest predator in Norway. It will eat anything and may utilize vegetable as well as animal food sources. Under optimal conditions the brown bear might weigh in at approximately 885-990 lbs. Through rough terrain it will move at speeds from 32 – 35 miles pr hour and keep it up over a considerable distance. It is a fast swimmer and
adept climber (like here where it’s sitting in a pine tree about 18-20 ft above ground!
And you might meet him collecting berries . . . 😀
Pictures 050bJeg lurer på hvordan hun har det hun staute binna jeg traff oppe i Lierne . . .?
Hun er sikkert opptatt nå (sukk). Livet går videre.
Og ikke forstyrr meg når jeg tenker!

I wonder how she is, that cute mama bear I met back in Lierne . . .?
She’s probably taken long ago. (Sigh) Life goes on.
And don’t you disturb me while I’m  reminising!
Pictures 052bMin biologiske klokke forteller meg at det er på tide med litt mat. Da kan jeg ikke sitte her og drømme at jeg er fotomodell. Nå kommer jeg ned –

My biological clock tells me it’s  time to get some food. Then I can’t sit here preteding to be a photo model. I’m coming down –

Pictures 055bKom dere vekk!
Get lost!
(Compliments of SRB )

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15 Responses to God dag, god dag –

  1. elmediat says:

    Very well done !🙂
    We had a yearling black bear in our backyard. Biggest concern was where was the momma. I was in the process of making bread that day. I ended up with two posts on the combined topics.😀

    • Seenorway says:

      They are indeed fantastic animals, but it’s wise never to forget that they are ‘wild’ animals that may kill you with a single blow of their paws!

  2. djmrakiey says:

    Cool shots … the 2nd shot looks like a human pose… thanks for stopping by and leaving your footprints ☮

  3. Annie says:

    Næmmen se på den der utrolig vakre skapningen der da, utrolige blinkskudd du har fått her, virkelig vakre🙂 Den ser jo så aldeles ufarlig ut ikke sant?… Helt til man ser klørne og vet at denne karen er enorm!😀 Nydelige bilder Svein🙂

    Klem🙂

    • Seenorway says:

      Jo, den gjør jo det? Og på naturfilmer fra Canada og Alaske så ser man jo at gizzlyen konsentrerer seg om fiske og gir blaffen i et vandrende menneske, men det er lett å glemme at disse fotografene har enorme teleobjektiver og stadig kryssklipper bildesekvenser. Jeg har også sett en bildesekvens hvor en brunbjørn drpte sin trener. Jeg tror han brukte noe sånt som 1-2 sekunder på jobben! Her er det nok lurt med litt sunn respekt og ingen provoserende atferd!

  4. lylekrahn says:

    What wonderful photos and what a great opportunity to find it up in a tree. I love the way it is resting its head on the branch. Well done!

  5. RoSy says:

    They sure a beautiful…from a distance!

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, RoSy –
      Welcome to my blog! Yes they are, even if this was rather close🙂 I guess I was something like 20 feet away (but very safe) when the pictures were taken.
      And I met the Norwegian lynx. A majestic animal, indeed! Will be displayed here later.

  6. joshi daniel says:

    oh no! that is really great🙂

  7. Seenorway says:

    That’s where they live! But we don’t have too many of them around – yet.

  8. allesistgut says:

    I hope, I don’t met one in the woods.🙂

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