Flocks of birds raiding fieldsLocal News
- Four seasons might become threeLocal News
- Well it's boiling time again! Tuhala Witches' Well starts spouting out waterLocal News
- Estonia's input into global climate: adieu, oil shale energyLocal News
- Estonian food fans found in JapanCulture
- Ministry makes ready for climate to changeLocal News
- Hunting adviser: hunt no good to stop spread of feverLocal NewsEnvironment ministry hunting adviser Tõnu Traks says it was no way African swine fever could have been slowed down by hunting wild swine once the hazard surfaced. To the contrary: Estonia opted, by banning driven hunt, to keep the beast in place where they were and thus granted farmers time to take needed measures in farms. Now, it is only the diligence of farmers that can keep fever off domestic swine.
- Estonia enriched by 700 islands in seaLocal News
- Blood transfusion saves eagleLocal NewsThe sea eagle, now for a few weeks nurtured at Estonian University of Life Sciences clinic, was as good as a goner. Luckily, a fellow of said species just happened to be in for treatment at his side. Thus, the rare bird got a historic first Estonian transmission for eagles – and another chance at life.
- Amendment allows spending night on private plotLocal News
- Awards handed to authors of nicest nature shots of the yearLocal NewsMonday night, in Estonia Concert Hall in Tallinn, top Estonian nature photos of the year were selected for 14th time round. Main prize – the Big Wolf – for «Nature Photo 2014» – along with Nature Photographer of the Year title went to Andrus Allikas for picture A Crisp Morning (Karge hommik) shot at Kaberneeme seaside, Harju County, on the coldest daybreak this year ever saw – in Estonia.