In order to directly demonstrate what has been done in the course of the project, we decided to bring the members of the Students Nature Conservation Society of Tartu directly to the project site. On the morning of October 6, 22 nature-loving students gathered on the Palupõhja Road along the bridge over the River Laeva to take a 17-kilometer boat trip along the Laeva canal and the restored river. On the way, Einar and Meelis also introduced the values of the Alam-Pedja Nature Reserve and the Natura 2000 network more widely in the course of the project. When traveling along the the restored meandering river sections, they were amazed by the beauty and diversity of the wild rivers.
NGO Wildlife Estonia is established in 2000. Our aim is to protect rivers and other aquatic habitats. We care about the nature, biodiversity and fish in particular.
Springs, rivers and lakes are our common treasure. The more natural status they have the more precious they are.
Successful application and implementation of river restoration and fish population status improvement projects. Scientific ichthyology studies with traditional and modern bio-telemetric methods.
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Address: Veski 4, 51005 Tartu, ESTONIA
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