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Bog Wild in Estonia

By Linda Tancs

The bog system of Endla Nature Reserve (the largest mire expanse in Central Estonia) provides a habitat for the white-tailed eagle, the golden eagle and the osprey. Located in Tooma village in Jõgevamaa, the expanse of over 25,000 acres also preserves the karsts of the southern slope of Pandivere Highlands. The marked trails range from over one to nearly 5 miles in length and provide an opportunity to get to know the forests, wooded meadows and bogs as well as to observe birds and learn about the local plants. Guide service is available in English and Estonian.


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