A voice for newcomers in Sweden

IN PICTURES: Curious animals check out wildlife cameras in Swedish forests

The calf is staring intently at the camera. Photo: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Published: 23.Jun.2019 12:02 hrs

A researcher in Sweden has been sharing images of reindeer, lynx, red deer and elk staring intently at the camera traps he and his team hang on trees in remote parts of Sweden.

Tim Hofmeester, a Dutch nature researcher based at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Umeå, said that the animals frequently spotted cameras and came to investigate them. 
 
Read full article on The Local

More Stories

Anas Awad with his "Swedish family" told his story to The Local Voices

Sharing the best of The Local Voices

We told a lot of great stories in 2016. Did you get to read and share them all? READ
Summer's here. The Local's Paul Connolly shares his (sometimes painful) experiences of the things you can't do and say if you're being hosted by Swedes. READ
How straightforward is the process of moving to, and staying in, Sweden as an international student? READ
Did you know that you often get paid MORE to take time off from work in Sweden? Watch The Local's video for more about that and the other workplace benefits worth knowing about. READ
What events led up to a crash which saw a small aircraft plunge nose-first into the ground in northern Sweden, killing all nine people on board? READ
Photo: Erik Gerhardsson

'History will record how everyone reacted to the Syrian tragedy'

Erik, a 21-year-old Swedish volunteer, reflects on his experience helping refugees in Sweden and abroad. READ
Regional, long-distance and commuter trains will all be affected, as well as the subway line. READ
Nine people have died in Sweden after a plane taking them up on a parachute jump crashed into an island close to the northern city of Umeå. READ
Hundreds of Swedish holidaymakers were stranded at Stockholm's Arlanda airport on Saturday after a charter flight to Mallorca failed to turn up. READ

This Iranian teaches Swedish online to 10,000 followers

"I’m exporting Swedish to my homeland." READ