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Tag Archives: nature
Geographers of the Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences of the University of Tartu have released a study indicating that the snow situation in Estonia has substantially changed in the last decades. While our grandfathers and grandmothers could often sled … Continue reading
UT students Wanyi Ji and Kaia Solnik have prepared a guide for leading sustainable green life in Tartu. Continue reading
Ecologist Aveliina Helm elaborates on what everyone can do for nature conservation. Continue reading
The Animal of the Year 2018 is the extremely beautiful Eurasian Lynx. Although quite widespread in Estonia, their presence remains largely unnoticed due to their low abundance and hidden lifestyle. Similar to other big predators the presence of the Lynx … Continue reading
Nature lover Irina Rudik shows a way to marvel at Estonian wildlife from wherever you are. Continue reading
This collection of online resources should help you explore this completely flat, possibly too cold, but stunningly beautiful country. Having visited crowded beaches in faraway countries, a growing number of Estonians prefer to spend their summer vacation in their homeland. Continue reading