Rüütli campfire site
Rüütli campfire site is located on one of the four separate plots of Muraka Nature Reserve (total area 14,058 hectares). The varied landscape of Muraka wetland is the habitat for several rare animal, bird, mushroom and plant species. Geese and swans use this place as a stopover during migration. Sometimes you may see the golden eagle, the osprey and the peregrine falcon flying here. Early in the spring the black grouse play their courtship game on the frozen mire. Fox trails lead from one bog island to another. The orchids growing in the Rüütli reserve are Dactylorhiza incarnata
, the early marsh-orchid; Dactylorhiza fuchsii
, the common spotted orchid; and Dactylorhiza maculata,
the heath spotted-orchid.
forest growth types, sandbanks formed of the recession of Lake Peipus, raised
bog flora, bog islands, bog pools, “money pit”, Rüütli bog
sites, dry toilet, shelter, conical tent, information board, observation tower
on upland More information on RMK website. Дополнительная информация здесь.