Bird-watching tower is suitable for nature lovers, family holiday, romantic evening, brainstorming sessions or spending otherwise good time together in a smaller campaign.
On the ground floor of the tower there is a toilet, sauna with anteroom (including a cooking corner- fridge, kettle, coffemaker, microwave oven), shower. The tower ground floor can accommodate up to 6 people (there are no sleeping berths on the ground floor).
On the first floor you can watch birds or simply relax and relish a view of beautiful nature and the sea. The first floor also has an opportunity for 3 people to lie down. You may stay in the tower for a longer time too.
The bedroom is located on the upper floor and is reachable by stairs from the outside.
Please note that the staircase is very steep and might not be suitable for small children.
Sleeping berths in the bird-watching tower are available for 3 people.
Breakfast and sauna is not included in the bird-watching tower rent.
Food can be pre-ordered, see more in Menu
BIRDWATCHING IN PUISE
You have reached the very end of the Puise peninsula- to Puise Cape. In the soviet era a fishery harbour and a fishery enterprise were established here, closed down in the 1990ies. Now the harbour and the majority of previous buildings have been reconditioned, while village life, fishery and tourism are encouraged.
Part on the Väinameri Strait together with about 50 bigger or lesser islands are incorporated to the borders of the Matsalu National Park. The sea is here rocky and shallow, the depth is just about 3-5 meters, while around the islets it´s even more shallow. Seven islets are annonced to be a strict reservation zone and belong entirely to the birds.
Puise Cape is a very appropriate site for bird watching. In spring hundreds of thousands of birds fly across the coastal seo to their breeding sites in far North. Lots of them stop over in Matsalu. In late April- early May flocks of tens of thousands of Long-tailed Ducks, Scaups and Goldeneyes are floating in the open sea. Artic and Red-throated Loons migrate in small flocks. A large number of Black and Velvet Scoters stop over around Papilaid and Kumari islets. The massive flyoff takes place in the 2nd half of May and lasts about ten to fifteen days. The best time for watching the migration stream is from 4 or 5 o´clock in the afternoon till the dark, althougt the migration goes on until the morning. In the summer Scaups, Goldeneyes, Elders, Greylag Geese and Mute Swans gatherb to the Interisland sea to muolt.
Over ten thousand pairs of birds breed in the islands. There are Seagulls, Herring Gulls, Common Gulls, Elders, Velvet Scoters, Greylag Geese , Mute Swans, Terns, Oystercatchers, Ringed Plovers and a plethora of others, nicely side by side.