Lääne county is undoubtedly the best area for spotting the Moose in Estonia. Most often you can see them either at the dawn or dusk. The best chances to see the Moose are by scanning the floodplains and coastal meadows at the Matsalu National Park or driving the forested tracks along the Leidissoo Nature Reserve. If you straggle to find them, you can always ask the help from the local wildlife guides.
Beside Moose, the Lääne county is also home for all 3 largest predators of Europe. The most numerous but also the most shy one tend to be Eurasian Lynx. Still, several foreign nature lovers have been lucky enough to connect with this most exlusive mammal of Europe.
Other notable mammals in the area include Raccoon Dog, Pine Marten, Mountain Hare and Wild Boar.