Since October last this Jackdaw has been in and around Selfoss. It has been visiting us nearly daily since the last week of November. It comes for the feed we put out and in the afternoon it follows the Ravens to its sleeping place in Mount Ingólfsfjall, about 3 km from Selfoss. It seems quite well adapted to the Icelandic climate.
This little crow is still as shy and difficult to photograph as before, only the slightest movement inside the living room gets it up in the air. It is still the only Jackdaw in Iceland as far as we know.