This was the first time I went birding, and I made some mistakes. The first was that I used too long and too slow a lens – a 150-600 f4.5-6.3 Tamron. On Ulva Island you are continually walking and looking out for the birdlife. I would have done much better if I'd used a faster and shorter lens, such as the 70 -200 f2.8, the new 24-150 F4 Z lens which is lighter, and where I don't have as much problems with hand shake, However, at Christmas 2020 these lenses did not exist. I think that going to the variable nikkor 100 -400 lens has the same issues with lighting – and I don't have the budget to upgrade to a Z7II or Z9 right now.
Nonetheless, here are some shots.