The Estonian Springwatch

March 26, 2010

I recently found a rather lovely website with live feeds of Estonian wildlife. The site is run by Looduskalender who are non-profit organisation raising awareness of the beautiful and varied wildlife of Estonia.

Looduskalender is translated as Nature Calendar, and by only viewing the site for a few minutes every couple of days I have already spotted a deer and wild boar. The link to their website is and I really would urge you to go and take a look.

The live video feeds consists of two “Forest camera” streams which if you’re lucky you can see wild boar and deer on, a white-tailed eagle nest camera and a coastal grey seal camera.

The menu on the left lists the various cameras they have on offer, and clicking on the “direct stream” link will open up into your media player of choice, I have mine opening in VLC. If you don’t see anything on the Forest camera 1 or 2, don’t worry, just check back in an hour or two and there might be some activity.

They also have a gallery in case you’ve missed any of the interesting wildlife. The site is lovely for highlighting how beautiful the nature in Estonia is. It has almost inspired me to put my own webcam in my garden!

One Response to “The Estonian Springwatch”

  1. Nice blog, glad I stopped by

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