White-Tailed Eagle Photography

White-Tailed Eagle Photography   The white-tailed eagle is largest bird of prey in Estonia, with a wing span of 200-245 cm and a body mass of up to 6 kg.  The white-tailed eagle is apparently native to Estonia. The first written records of white-tailed eagles encountered in the Baltic States date back to the final … Continue reading

A beaver story- Beaver Photography

It is the brief hour of twilight that characterises the northern summer nights. I have just arrived next to a little pond at the edge of a forest, connected to a ditch. In the midst of the lively sounds of a late June evening, I hear hungry, almost aggressive munching. It is coming from the … Continue reading

Mammal-watching in Estonia

Awesome Mammals in Estonia The Estonian forests are one of the few places in Europe where you can see a variety of animals in their natural habitat. Specifically, mammal-watching in Estonia is a rare treat for people who are into wilderness observation and photography. The Mammals of the Estonian Forest There are more than 60 … Continue reading

Butterfly photography in Estonia

Butterfly photography in Estonia Estonia is yet little known as a butterfly-photography destination. However, this does not mean that we have little to offer. Quick information about butterfly photography tours in Estonia visit www.estonianwildlifetours.com. Be the first among your acquaintances to boast to your friends and other butterfly enthusiasts about the magnificent communities of plants … Continue reading

Mammal photography in Estonia- Roe Deer !

The roe deer: 5 facts for roe deer photographers to remember Roe deer is one of the most common sights in Estonian wildlife. Of the subspecies of roe deer, only one can be found in Estonia – the European roe deer, capreolus capreolus. Those Estonians who have not encountered a roe deer herd feeding on … Continue reading

Planning for Nature Tours to Estonia

Planning for Nature Tours to Estonia If you’re planning to go to Estonia, it might be a good idea to sign up for a nature tour. Nature tours to Estonia are guaranteed to be interesting, as the biodiversity in the country makes it a famous naturist spot. Unusual animals like lynxes, minks, and flying squirrels … Continue reading

Brown Bear Photography in Estonia

“A curious bear scared a berrypicker”, “A curious bear emptied the alveary”, the Estonian newspapers report now and then. Why on Earth do we say “curious like a cat”? It is clearly – curious like a bear! If, regarding media coverage of bear-doings, this is not enough, we also have the Ruhnu bear – a … Continue reading

Moose photography in Estonia !

Moose photography in Estonia ! Moose, the largest member of the deer family, is regardless of its size sometimes still quite difficult to spot. So it happens, that the only thing drawing an observer’s attention, could be a sight of antlers from behind a bush. With a growing feeling of suspicion, I look closer, and… … Continue reading

Moorland Clouded Yellow can be seen in Estonian marshes

The Moorland Clouded Yellow can be seen in Estonian marshes, flower-studded edges of forests and on meadows from early June to mid-July. This butterfly is not rare. Another species from this genus—Pale Clouded Yellow (Colias hyale)—migrates to Estonia and specimens from its two generations can be encountered in June and from late July to early … Continue reading

When you can meet Clouded Apollo, Swallowtails, Organge Tip in Estonia?

Most of the butterflies in Estonia begin their activity in May to June. The exact time when they appear differs by year and depends greatly on the course of spring. So when exactly you can meet Clouded Apollo, Swallowtails, Organge Tip in Estonia? The family Swallowtails (Papilionidae) is represented in Estonia with three species of which … Continue reading