Estonia is a country that is still incredibly wild, with as much as 75% of its territory still covered in forests and bogs.
As a result, despite its relatively small size several hundred wolves roam the country and as many as 500 bears.
Indeed, like several other countries in Europe, it can feel like you have stepped back in time when you visit, as it feels far more like western Europe would have done 500 years ago.
There is a good tourism sector, with plenty of bear hides and guides. I hope to add plenty of these over the coming years. Add your sightings below.
While many people suggested that countries like Holland are far to built up to ever have a population of wolves, this is becoming increasingly clear to be wrong. 15 wolves have not only settled in Holland, but have established territory. This includes 4 pairs, which are likely to have cubs later in this year.
Whether, you are short of money, fearful of air travel in the time of COVID or too concerned about your carbon footprint to take this method, there are still a substantial number of destinations within a long drive of the UK, where you can see wildlife. If you live in Europe instead, you can find …