LIFE integrated project "Implementation of national climate change adaptation activities in Estonia", LIFE21-IPC-EE-LIFE-SIP AdaptEst/101069566.
The project started in January 2023 and will last almost 10 years. The project is implemented by 17 partners from Estonia. Wildlife Estonia participates in the project by carrying out several activities related to improving the quality of the riverine habitats of the Alam-Pedja Natura 2000 network area and dealing with the possible effects of climate change. WE investigates the state of fish stocks, including protected and endangered fish species, and carries out activities related to maintaining and improving the state. In addition to the Alam-Pedja water bodies, the rivers of the project are the Pärnu River and the Kasari River, where juveniles of the protected fish species are released. The WE also pays great attention to dissemination and educational activities. Under the leadership of the WE, organize educational camps for children and young people at the Alam-Pedja nature school.
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.
Eesti Loodushoiu Keskus, registration 80124928,
Address: Veski 4, 51005 Tartu, ESTONIA
Contact phone (+372) 51 76886