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31 mei 2016
The season develops much earlier than last year. Above the picture from the Zeppelinmountain on 31 May 2016. Below you can see a time lapse of the summer 2015 made by the Norwegian Polar Institute. You can compare the same date.
The inhabitants have told be that the first barnacle goose arrived on 12 May, The arctic terns arrived in large numbers on 28 May.
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