Timiş is the river where all the mountain springs and streams in Armenis commune gather. It passes from south to north through the western part of the village. At the entrance in Armenis, the most important tributary of Timis is the Biban brook and two rivers on the right bank, the White River and the Long River, a few kilometers in the eastern part of the village of Fenes.
The climate in Armeniș is one of transition climate between the steppe and the mountain, with milder winters and quite warm summers, as a result of the Mediterranean air masses that reach these valleys.
The area is blessed with a rich vegetation, dominated by endless natural beech forest as well as conifers planted in this area mostly for timber production. On the riverbeds we find natural marshes and trees and shrubs like alder, sails and wicker. The natural pastures in the alpine area have wild blueberries and raspberries but also fern – overgrowing in places. The hilly pastures close to the villages are filled with old orchards with apple and plum trees dominating the scenery.
The forest here are home to bears, wolfs, lynx, wild boar, red deer, roe deer, foxes, martens, otters and more. In the mountain rivers we can still find wild trout and graying.
Springtime is an amazing time for birdwatchers and can encounter a rich diversity of birds in the pastures, forests here: eagles, owls, hawks, crows, sparrows, cuckoo, storks.