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Some positive notes for Estonian forests and biodeviersity

Today it was announced that the Estonian Naturalist’s Society (LUS) is leading a project which aims to carry out the inventory of Woodland Key Habitats (WKH) in Estonia and to improve the environmental knowledge about WKHs. During the first months of the project, experts have already managed map out around 300ha of WKHs. The objective […]

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Alutaguse – Estonia’s youngest national park

We are happy to announce that Estonia has now one more national park – Alutaguse. The idea of establishing Alutaguse National Park was already considered at the beginning of 1920s, it took almost 100 years before it was finally carried out. The aim of the national park is to protect the mires, forests and coastal […]

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Winter guests near the new brown bear hide

December means that all the bears, who gave us unforgettable emotions from early spring to late autumn, have become dormant. The last active Brown Bear was captured by our camera trap on the 29th of October. This does not mean that life around the new bear hide has gone quiet. As the new hide is […]

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EU Leader Virumaa Koostöökogu (VIKO) supported Natourest Inc for buying nature observation optics and trail cameras.