Jonas Bjärnered work as fälthållningsledare at the Norrbotten wing. Before he went out of his jobbpass on easter Sunday controlled he the runways and then saw something on the asphalt a short distance away.
" at First, I thought maybe it was a jacket that someone lost but then I came back and got to see a sälunge. It was a bit disappointing, " he says.
He went in to the smc to ask for help to move the seal.
" I went to him and said it is a sälunge on the flight path. He sat and had coffee with another colleague and didn't believe me at first.
and Jonas Bjärnered could show them the seal, which was not more than 50 centimeters long. They brought a tractor, la sälungen in the bucket and drove it back to the place they thought it had come from.
– Sälungen seemed to feel good, it sizzled a bit when we arrived but it was very cute.
Jonas says that it is not uncommon to hares, swans, and even moose sometimes run into on the recorded well but a seal, he has never before seen.
– the flight path is about 3.5 km long and sällungen had managed to scramble itself so that it was roughly in the middle of the flight path. So at least 1.5 km, it must have taken.Jonas Bjärnered and his colleagues had put the seal in traktorskopa and drive home the. Photo: Jonas Bjärnered