We arrived late on Friday evening, and did not manage to do any decent birding. When we woke up on Saturday the winds had turned towards something like southeast, with random rain showers. Wetland birding was great to start with. Several Avocets, Black-tailed Godwits and Little Gulls were feeding in Orreosen, and a few hundred meters from land a drake Ring-necked Duck was feeding along with Tufted Ducks and Scaups! Along the shore a long-staying Steller's Eider surprisingly still hung around with local Eiders.
Two days of birding that will be remembered for ever. Below there are more pictures from the trip, including a crap photo of the Black Stork at several hundred meters distance. All pictures are digiscoped.