|Järvselja Nature Reserve|
The purpose of the nature reserve is to preserve the old-growth forest of the area, consisting mainly of Scots pine trees, including the so-called King's Pine Tree (Estonian: kuningamänd), which is over 360 years old. The nature reserve also functions as an important habitat for several species of birds, including pygmy owl, grey-headed woodpecker and wood grouse. A 5-kilometre trail has been prepared for the convenience of visitors.
- "Nature Reserves and Hiking Trails in Tartu County" (PDF). Tartu Visitor Centre. Retrieved 19 May 2015.