A new relationship with nature! With a mobile phone, you understand and see nature even more closely


If you feel that the forest as a strange milieu scares, or annoys you that you don’t recognize anything from its genus in nature, turn to your cell phone. Smartphone in your pocket and curiosity on the surface!

Here are some tips to help you get a new perspective on natural phenomena and details.

1. Smart device, a treasure trove of information

Slip your cell phone into your pocket as you head for the natural hem. A smartphone is a real treasure trove of information through which you can see the environment in a new way.

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Laji.fi-, Luontoportti.com– Yes Kasviatlas.fiWith the help of the websites you can get acquainted with the animals and flora of the cottage environment, for example.

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You can also identify different species by entering hallmarks.

2. Surprised by history

History is an integral part of the charm of places. That is why it is interesting to get acquainted with the past of one’s own cottage landscape and the meanings of place names.

History brings depth and atmosphere to familiar places – maybe something surprising is also revealed. Ancient monuments can be found at
Kyppi.fi and place names can be viewed at Nimiarkisto.fi.

3. Document

You can also document your nature discoveries. The most convenient way to save the observations To the Finnish Species Information Centre’s Booklet Observation Service. See from there what species are not yet found in the databases near your cottage or home, and then go look for them.

It’s a bit like nature-organized geocaching. The best part is that the hides never run out.

More information and a new perspective on the environment provide, among other things Familiar with the nature of cottages with a mobile phone -guide.

Lassi Kalleinen, a nature surveyor and inventor and non-fiction writer, is an expert.

This article has appeared in Good Health magazine. As a subscriber, you can read all numbers free of charge from the digilehdet.fi service.


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