Sheepbacks were created by the movement of glacial ice during the last ice age and are ubiquitous in Sörmland's landscape.
In Sörmland there are about 400 rune stones from the Iron and Viking Age.
Peat mosses (Sphagnum spec.) are beautiful, biologically interesting and of high importance both ecologically and economically.
A deciduous conifer, native to the Alps and widespread over Sweden.
The most important sailing route in the Baltic Sea during the 13th century
There are three species of seals occurring along the coasts of Sweden, whereof only one is found in Sörmland.
Since the end of the last ice age about 10,000 years ago, the land mass of Sweden has increased significantly due to land uplift.
Combining steep cliffs, clear lakes, lush forests and a unique brook ravine in the north-east of Sörmland.
Oak trees are extremely resistsent and can reach more than 1000 years of age.
The great cormorant was hated and hunted till its extinct. Today the population has recovered.