Bear cubs climb a tree close to a residence
Gert Kallas, who lives in the largely uninhabited Maalasti nature preserve in Viljandi County, was doing construction work on his house when he suddenly heard a loud cry – three bear cubs had climbed a nearby tree.
27.04.2017, Marko SuurmägiPM
Fighters disturbing cows' dalliance
While it may seem a joke at first glance, a farmer located near the Ämari air base lost thousands of euros due to stress caused in his animals by low-flying fighter jets.
25.11.2016, Helen MihelsonElu
Kuula: Weekend Festival Balticul esinev DnB kuningas Netsky avaldas kauaoodatud albumi «3»
DnB kuningaks nimetatud Belgia produtsent Netsky andis välja tuliuue albumi «3»!
Gallery: healed of poisoning, eagle flies free
This morning, University of Life Sciences doctoral student Madis Leivits and environment minister Marko Pomerants in Tartu County released the sea eagle brought to be treated due to lead poisoning.
12.02.2016, Andres EinmannPM
Hunters shoot 18 wild boars on Tallinn peninsula on 2nd day of hunt
Hunters shot and killed 18 wild boars on Paljassaare peninsula in Tallinn on Friday, the second such undertaking after a similar day of massive hunt in November that saw 21 boars killed on the peninsula that is a special conservation area for birds and serves as home to the city's wastewater treatment facility.
Dog tormenting video triggers murder threats
At her leisure, a young mother uploaded the video in Internet, showing tormenting of dogs. Great was the public outrage and in social media the clip quickly reached thousands.
15.12.2015, Martin LainePM
21 wild hogs shot on Tallinn peninsula on 1st day hunt
Hunters shot and killed 21 wild hogs on Paljassaare peninsula in Tallinn on the first day of hunt on Tuesday, after cordoning off the peninsula that is a special conservation area for birds and serves as home to the city's wastewater treatment facility.
Meet Farm of the Year 2015
At the Estonian Farm Days in Jädeda this past week-end, 19 years old Suitsu cereals farm at Pikasilla, Valga County was proclaimed Farm of the Year 2015. The man of the house Urmas Tekkel said they had been begged to participate before, but thus far he never figured the buildings were fit enough.
27.07.2015, Anneli AmmasPM
Editorial: just a matter of time
The swine fever surfacing in three Estonian farms spells losses for owners and raises the question of sufficiency of governmental measures.