Category: Nature

The conservation efforts by the Scanian authorities have enabled to develop ways of preserving exotic animals especially on the sea-side to ensure that some of the species do not go extinct because of the encroachment of humans on the shore as well as the shift in the ecosystem that can affect the animals. Some of the reserves are located inland while others target the animals living in the sea. This makes it easy to monitor for the sake of posterity. Sofiero Slott The reserve is located in the [...]

The Skåne County provides an opportunity for bird watchers to quench their thirst when it comes to the migration of birds of different species. The diversified special gives tourists an opportunity to explore this phenomenon that does not occur easily in the country. Falsterbo The Falsterbo provides one of the biggest routes that birds follow during their migration. Around 500 million birds use this route as they transverse the Scandinavian region into Africa during winter in Scania. During autu [...]

Scania is an interesting place of the world to be especially during holidays. The various coastlines and sandy beaches are the sure reason that people want to belong here and enjoy the scenic view of the waters. While coastlines will differ in appearance such that some are white with sand, others have pebbles and rocky, which makes it unpleasant for some people depending in their preferences. The colours of the coastline depend on the seasons in Scania, which usually occur in four different time [...]

The Scanian region is one of the most enjoyable places to tour if you are an adventurous person. Some of the best areas that an individual should not miss to visit include the tranquil beaches that make the coastline a lifetime experience to belong. Similarly, adventure has never been any better without the peaceful nature in the lush forests of Scania. Activities in this area include hiking, photography, and the ability to learn about various types of tree species that have made the Scanian peo [...]

A large area on the Scanian land is part of the European hardwood vegetation zone, even though farmers have turned part of the land into an agricultural area and not the initial forest.   The zone extends to a large area, which includes Europe west of Poland and the northern part in the Alps. A smaller section found in the north-eastern parts of Skåne belongs to the pinewood vegetation zone and some species of trees grow naturally in this area such as spruce. The climate and the type of soil mak [...]