Estonia has two primary seasons, plus short springs and
falls (autumns). Winter and the surrounding months can be cold as Tallinn only averages
about 25˚ F (-4˚ C) during this time.
Summers are short, but have long days as temperatures in Tallinn average about 62˚
F (16˚ C), but the long sunny days can get much warmer.
Living in Estonia's many forests are a number of mammals,
including elk, deer, and pigs, along with many rarer animals and dozens of small
woodland animals like rabbits, mink, and foxes. There are many sea animals as Estonia
is bordered by water on two sides; cod, salmon, and herring are common.
There are numerous birds that migrate to or through Estonia,
while few remain year round.