The 21st Matsalu Nature Film Festival (MAFF) has ended. The best films have been announced.
On 17 January, the water level of the Kasari river rose 228 cm above the zero level of the gauging station, flooding an extensive flood-meadow area downstream of the river. This year active snowmelt coincided with frequent showers already appearing in early January.
Last week, the white-tailed eagle webcam installed by Kotkaklubi (Eagle Club) went live in Matsalu national park: https://www.youtube.com/live/9r0luregAMY?feature=share
In the middle of June, three joint courses for young nature conservationists took place in Estonian national parks.
There are already many signs of spring in Matsalu National Park. Over the last couple of weeks, hundreds of rooks, northern lapwings and larks have arrived. Greylag geese, greater white-fronted geese, whooper swans, common goldeneyes and ducks have been spotted.