Veclaicene Forestland.

Section 14. Trapene - Ape.

The path from Trapene winds through a mosaic landscape, where fields alternate with clusters of forests and massifs. During the summer, the lesser spotted eagle can be seen here. This species of bird prefers places where fields alternate with forests. The bird prefers to nest in trees at the edges of mixed and deciduous woods, but prefers to hunt in meadows and fallow lands, less often forests and fields. As you walk through the forest, be prepared to meet other travellers, for these parts are popular among foragers and people who practice orienteering sports. The forests in this hilly terrain are mostly dry forest with the pine tree as the dominant species.