The Vega archipelago in Norway consists of 6500 islands. It is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site. The islands are famous for their colonies of eider ducks, and the relationship between Eiders and the local people.
The locals build nesting houses for the Eiders, and provide them with nesting material and protection from predators. When the nesting season is over, the nests are harvested and the superb down can be sold for high prices.
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