"It had already been sighted in Norway. Therefore hoped many of the gråhuvade vipan – a vadarfågel that normally live in the east Asia – would also visit Sweden."
"So when the alarm went off on Monday night got the bird watchers from all directions to flock in Strandvik, between Kristinehamn and Karlstad."
"– Somewhere in the back of my head, there was the left that could pop up anywhere in Sweden, " says Halmstadsbon Anders Olofsson to P4 Värmland."
"– So it was a quick decision, it was just to sit in the car and go. There were not so many options."
"The grey bird, which now for the first time, has been sighted in Sweden, seems to have been substantially lost. Normally keeps it much further to the east, and according to the Natursidan had vipan, before it appeared in Arendal in Norway in the beginning of may, not detected closer to Sweden than a bargain in Turkey in 2018."