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SCENERY AND NATURE
What's to be seen and experienced
during Focus On Nature Tours
in that country
All of the photographs that follow courtesy of our partner,
Estonian Wildlife Tours - © - all rights reserved.
An Estonian Coastline with
some Mute Swans
where they have not be introduced.
Complete List of European Birds & a Photo Gallery, in 2 parts:
Part #1: Grouse to Puffin Part #2: Sandgrouse to Buntings
Mammals of Europe Butterflies & Moths of Europe
Upcoming FONT Birding & Nature Tours in Europe, including Estonia
FONT Past Tour Highlights
Directory of Photos in this Website
The butterfly Polyommatus amandus,
the Amanda's Blue
From the air, the blue lakes in the region of Alam-Pedja
An edge of an Estonian forest with a Wolf in View
Twilight where the Great Snipe displays
and where the Eurasian Nightjar can be heard.
The Moorland Clouded Yellow,
with its border and antennae
that are pink.
The carnivorous, insect-eating plant,
the Common, or Round-leaved Sundew,
It is found in bogs, marshes, and fens.
The Wild Strawberry,
It is edible and tasty.
the Early Marsh Orchid
A Lady's-Slipper Orchid,
This plant is an indicator of a good natural habitat.
Estonia has a good population of this plant.
In many other European countries, it does not exist.
The Saaremaa Yellow Rattle,
a flowering plant in the Broomrape Family,
endemic to Estonia,
and actually only on Saaremaa Island.
A field of yellow flowers
Another field, but blue
In this field, Old World Swallowtails
A Brown Bear
birds that go back in time a long way
But going back
a meteor created a crater
One of the
nice butterflies in Estonia<
the Scarce Fritillary
Another, the Marsh Fritillary
In the following photos,
places where, during our tour in Estonia,
we'll stay or visit
The Dagen House,
a hotel in a nice setting
Tallinn, a medieval old Estonian
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