|Beschikbaarheid:||Niet op voorraad|
|Auteurs||Uku Paal, Margus Ots|
|Formaat||20,5 cm x 15 cm|
|Afbeeldingen||Kleurenfoto's en veel kaarten|
|Jaar van uitgave||2018|
Birding Estonia provides the most comprehensive information on the best birding sites across Estonia and the best times to visit, as well as including advice for finding northern and eastern specialities like Lesser Spotted Eagle, Hazel Grouse, lekking Great Snipe, Ural Owl and White-backed Woodpecker.
Estonia has become one of Europe’s best destinations for birdwatchers. More than 200 species breed there, and highly concentrated spring and autumn migration of Arctic wildfowl and waders occurs along its coast.
It is the smallest and least populated of the three Baltic states – about 40% is covered by forest, there are many large bogs, areas of relatively low intensity mosaic farmland, and a diverse coastline with nearly 1,000 islets – all of which provide perfect habitats for wildlife. About 10% of the country is protected for conservation purposes, and most of these superb National Parks and reserves are easily accessible.