Photograph sparrowhawks and small birds in Marnardal during the autumn.
In the winter months, there are good opportunities for golden eagles and goshawks. Both hides are easily accessible, just a short walk from the parking area.
You can get to Marnardal by car, train, ColorLine/Fjordline ferry, or plane.
We assist with pick-up from the train station, Kristiansand port, and Kristiansand Airport, Kjevik.
Open field hide - From September to the end of October, you can photograph sparrowhawks hunting Eurasian jays or magpies from a distance of 8-15 meters. There is a total of space for 6 photographers in the autumn, with 4 spots in the hide and two tents.
There is room for 3 lenses each, two seated photographers, and one at a low angle.
The hide is comfortable with insulated walls, floor, and ceiling, office chairs, and a toilet in a separate room.
The winter season runs from the beginning of December to mid-March. The hide is heated during the winter.
Pine forrest hide - Photograph small birds, woodpeckers, and goshawks in an old pine forest at a distance of only 5-10 meters. It's warm and cozy with a wood stove, and there is plenty of space for three photographers. It's a 10-25 minute walk from the parking area (500 meters). Open from November to April.
Prices for 2023/24:
1550 NOK - for one day per person.
1900 NOK - for one day including accommodation per person.
Special rates for four to six people. Contact me for details.
Please contact us for transportation pricing.
You will stay in a decent apartment. It includes two single rooms, two double rooms, a kitchen, living room, and two bathrooms.
Check out the video filmed and produced by Trond Westby when he was here in the autumn of 2023.