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Guides at Birding Norway
The Birding Norway guides presented below are among the most experienced birders in Norway. If you want to travel and find birds together with these lads, you will waste no time looking for the right spots - they will put you right in the middle of the best birding scene Norway can offer. If you have specific requests, no effort will be spared to try to find your main target species.
Are you thinking of visiting Norway for birding? Check out our main tours, or send us an e-mail with your specific requests. Basically we will guide you anywhere you want, whenever you want - we are looking forward to hearing from you!
John Stenersen was born in Oslo in 1957, and has been a passionate birdwatcher since childhood. Being a professional photographer, he left newspaper-work in Oslo for a quiet life in the Lofoten Islands. Since 1995 he has lived in the little fishing village of Henningsvær, and mainly worked with nature photography and nature related guiding (birds and cetaceans).
He is a licensed ringer, and has also worked as a field assistant with seabird monitoring at the Røst Islands. Since 2002 he has been a member of the local rarities committee of Nordland. In 1998 he gave out a photo-book about the birds of Lofoten (only in Norwegian), and he is working on a book about the Norwegian Killer Whales (expected published in October 2004).
John is guiding in the Lofoten and Vesterålen Islands, and in mainland localities from Saltfjellet to Tysfjord.