From breathtaking views to calming moments, from colourful flowers to squawking birds – there are so many great reasons to enjoy all that nature has to offer.
Biodiversity is the key indicator of the health of an ecosystem. A wide variety of species will cope better with threats than a limited number of them in large populations. Even if certain species are affected by pollution, climate change or human activities, the ecosystem as a whole may adapt and survive.
We really enjoy it’s diversity and beauty so we want to preserve this green spot by protecting our forest, keeping more wild meadows and making home for birds. The more diversity we have in our natural habitats, then the more bees, birds, animals and other insects there will be.
We have bigger dreams to buy more land near our place to keep it wild. If you want to be a part of it please join by making a donation to our public organisation “Miškui” (registration code: 305295269).
March 10 // +200 trees (mix 1.5-2m)
March 23 // +60 trees (fir 0.3m)
January 10 // X-mas trees afterlife (nepjauk.lt) +30 trees (1-1.5m)
January 25 // Consultation with Ornithologist Darius Musteikis +35 bird houses
March 20 // +60 trees (pine 1.5-2m)
March 24 // +60 trees (fir 1.5-2m)
March 30 // +90 trees (pine 0.5-1m)
April 12 // +100 trees (mix 1.5m)
April 15 // +100 trees (european beech 0.3m)
April 17 // +160 trees (fir 0.4m)
April 20 // +15 trees (european larch 1-1.5m)
April 23 // +260 trees (japanese larch 0.5m)
April 27 // +150 trees (mix: birch, rowan, oak, tilia 1-1.5m)
April 30 // +90 trees (mix: maple, wild, apple-tree wild, pear-tree 1-2m)