Vihasoo birdwatching tower
The birdwatching tower is located in Vihasoo coastal meadow, the most bird-populated area of Lahemaa National Park. There, you will see the islands of the Gulf of Eru, which are the nesting area for 26 species of birds and a stopping place for migratory birds.
The tower, which is 7 m high and approximately 4 m from the ground, holds a few dozen people at a time. Information boards introduce the birds of the islands and the Gulf of Eru, and the protected European white elm next to the road. The tower is located in an area surrounded by an electric fence which is meant for a beef cattle. The tower can be accessed via a corner of the fence, where the cattle cannot fit through. There is a permanent exhibition of bird pictures in the observation tower.