Forrest Estonia

forrest estonia

forrest estonia

Ancient woodlands. In ancient forests and woodlands you can closely observe the circle of life when nature is left to its own devices. Barely marked by any human activity, Järvselja ancient forest in southern Estonia is a home to species of owl and a gracefully aged 360-year-old Kuningamänd pine tree. Poruni hiking trail in northern Estonia winds along the 10-metre banks of Poruni river.

Estonia A short introduction to Estonia. Background. The population of Estonia is 1.3 million dispersed over 45,230 square km. With 31 inhabitants per square km, Estonia is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Europe. The language is Estonian. Estonia joined the EU in 2004 and became a Eurozone member in 2011.

According to the UN FAO Global Forest Resources Assessment (FRA), based on forest coverage (share of forest area in land area), Estonia ranks sixth in Europe after Finland, Sweden, Slovenia, Montenegro and Latvia. Forests provide 35,000 jobs in the forestry sector and many jobs also indirectly in transport, tourism, sports and other sectors.

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Estonian landscape is as diverse as the birds and animals that call it a home with every passing season presenting the country in a new light. Deserted beaches, deep forests, picturesque lakes and rivers, and mysterious swamps hide a hidden and vibrant life of birds, seals and bears.

In Estonia. Estonia's Forest Brothers were most active in Võru County and the border areas between Pärnu and Lääne Counties, with significant activity between Tartu and Viru Counties as well. From November 1944 to November 1947, they made 773 armed attacks and killed about 1000 Soviets and their supporters.

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Forests cover about 50% of the territory of Estonia, or around 2 million hectares, and so make out an important and dominating landscape type in the country.According to the Estonian Ministry of Environment, national policy recognises that forests are a natural and ecological resource, and the importance of forests is to be considered from an economic, social, ecological and cultural aspect.

Forestry in Estonia. Today forests cover around 50% of the territory of Estonia contributing to approximately 2.2 million hectares with the growing stock around 468 million m 3.Estonia is in the fifth position in Europe based on forest coverage (share of forestland area in mainland territory) after Finland, Sweden, Slovenia and Latvia.

There are about 20,000 beavers and 2000 otters in Estonia – all this in such a small territory. Its flat tail that seems to be crushed flat from the top is covered in scales. The beaver uses its tail in the water as a steering wheel, sometimes also as a paddle and to give signals by slapping the water with its tail.

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