Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Siberian-Jay-Birds-27MZIFLJHJHJ.htmlConceptually similarSiberian Jay in FinlandGP02LAWCompleted★★★★★★Siberian Jay in FinlandGP02LAUCompleted★★★★Siberian Jay in FinlandGP02LAVCompleted★★★★Siberian Jay in FinlandGP02LATCompleted★★★★Old growth ForestGP0CSECompleted★★★★Old growth ForestGP0BQSCompleted★★★★Old Growth ForestGP0FC8Completed★★★★Reindeer Skull on TreeGP0LWPCompleted★★★★Reindeer HerdGP0Y7ECompleted★★★★View AllGP011L4Siberian Jay BirdsSiberian Jay (Perisoreus infaustus) is dependent on old-growth forests. Because of intensive forestry, it has already disappeared from Southern parts of Finland.Locations:Finland-Lapland (Finland)-Peurakaira-ScandinaviaDate:1 Jan, 2004Credit:© Matti Snellman / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3076px X 2052pxKeywords:Birds-Boreal forests-Close ups-Cold-Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Snow-WinterShoot:Documentation on Sami People and Forests in FinlandFree grazing is the special feature of the Sami herding culture. The reindeers live and feed in their natural environment, if this environment were to disappear then so would the Sami culture and the reindeer's natural habitat. Meanwhile the Finnish state owned logging company Metsälitilus continues to deplete the traditional reindeer grazing areas. Some reindeer herders have filed a lawsuit against the Finnish state with the UN human rights committee.