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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - WILDLIFE

EWS-WWF to expand collaboration on its 100% Renewable Energy Vision for the UAE - 2050 project

Posted on 16/01/2017

The Emirates Wildlife Society in association with WWF, EWS-WWF, has announced that it is looking to expand collaboration and push forward its 100% Renewable Energy Vision for the UAE – 2050 project, via its participation at the tenth annual World Future Energy Summit, WFES, in Abu Dhabi this week. Designed as a comprehensive study, the project will assess the feasibility of transitioning to 75-100% levels of renewable energy for power generation in the UAE by 2050. Commenting on the ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority to take part in World Future Energy Summit

Posted on 15/01/2017

The Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority, EPAA, will take part in the World Future Energy Summit, WFES, to be held at Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre from 16th to 19th January. EPAA plays a key role in the conservation of environment and highlights its efforts to preserve natural resources and conserve wildlife through its centres and nature reserves. The EPAA pavilion in the summit will shed light on the vision of H.H. Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad AL Qasimi, Supreme ...  >>MORE

Emirates Park Zoo opens extension

Posted on 10/01/2017

Emirates Park Zoo and Resort's new 6,500 sq. m. zoo extension, that hosts exotic animals, opened today, marking the start of a year-long facelift. The area is home to hippopotami, camels, sheep, goats and an assortment of birds. The extension of the zoo's premises is the first stage of the Emirates Park Zoo and Resort renovation that aims to make the establishment the premium zoo-resort destination in the region. The development was officially opened by the Chairman of Emirates Park Zoo and ...  >>MORE

UAE launches ‘Beautiful in the Wild’ awareness campaign to conserve wildlife

Posted on 28/12/2016

The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment launched the ‘Beautiful in the Wild' campaign for the third consecutive year in partnership with the United for Wildlife Organisation. The initiative aims to raise awareness among UAE visitors and residents about the significance of protection of endangered species to ensure biodiversity at local and international levels. Partners of the campaign include Emirates Wildlife Society in association with World Wildlife Fund (EWS-WWF), Federal Customs ...  >>MORE

Sharjah calls on community to contribute towards wildlife protection

Posted on 28/12/2016

The Environment and Protected Areas Authority, EPAA, in Sharjah called on citizens and residents in the emirate and the wider UAE to contribute towards protection of wildlife and conserving the environment to ensure sustainable resources for future generations. The initiative coincides with the beginning of winter when the natural sites in desert and mountain areas see a significant rise in the number of visitors, both individuals and families, who go to these sites to enjoy wildlife. ...  >>MORE

EWS-WWF organises excursion to raise funds

Posted on 13/11/2016

Around 400 people took part in the first ever Caracal Challenge, named after the UAE's desert wildcat, this weekend, a one-of-a-kind 15km excursion through Al Khatim desert, organised by the Emirates Wildlife Society in association with the World Wild Fund, EWS-WWF, together with event organiser Husaak Adventures. Participants tested their endurance, navigated the desert landscape at night and learned about the UAE's natural environment, all while contributing funds for an important cause. The ...  >>MORE

Authorities remove lions, pythons, crocodiles from Sharjah residences

Posted on 20/10/2016

Four lions, a lioness, three pythons, and two crocodiles have been removed from residences in Sharjah this year by the Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA). Hana Al Suwaidi, Chairperson of the EPAA, emphasised that the removal of the animals is in keeping with the directives of H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, regarding confiscation of predator and dangerous animals and providing them with suitable environments. The decree ...  >>MORE

Etihad Airways celebrates World Animal Day

Posted on 06/10/2016

Etihad Airways has launched a new Animal Welfare and Conservation Policy and an #Etihad4wildlife social media competition as part of the airline's ongoing efforts to promote wildlife conservation. The policy establishes best practice for excursions offered by Etihad Holidays involving animals, and also outlines new criteria for the carriage of endangered and threatened species, hunting trophies containing any animal parts, shark fins, and live animals intended for use in scientific research, ...  >>MORE

Total annual breeding of International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, exceeds global target of 50,000

Posted on 04/10/2016

or the first time in history, the total annual breeding of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) exceeded the global target of 50,000 birds, to reach 53,743 Houbara chicks in the current year. This achievement brings to fruition the vision of the founding father, late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, towards the sustainment of the Houbara bustards, and the preservation of the related authentic heritage for future generations. The achievement of the 50,000 target comes a ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Al Ain Zoo sign MoU

Posted on 24/08/2016

The Ministry of Climate Change and Environment and Al Ain Zoo and Aquarium have agreed to join forces to spread awareness about the environment. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Monday by Eng. Aisha Al Abdooli, Director of Environmental Awareness and the Education Department of the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, and Muna Al Dhaheri, Chief Operating Officer from Al Ain Zoo. Also in attendance were Dr. Thani Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment, ...  >>MORE

Elusive Arabian sand cat photographed in Abu Dhabi’s Western Region

Posted on 08/08/2016

For the first time in a decade, the elusive Arabian sand cat has been spotted and photographed in the deserts of the Western Region. Camera traps in the Baynouna protected areas, set by the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi (Ead), captured stills of three sand cats between March and December last year. The sightings are a significant step towards estimating the population of the reclusive feline, said Shakeel Ahmed, the agency's assistant scientist of avifauna, terrestrial and marine biodiversity. ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo's most-loved gorilla, Lady, passes away

Posted on 02/08/2016

Al Ain Zoo yesterday announced the passing of its much-loved gorilla, Lady, at the age of 41. Lady, a Lowland Gorilla, who was first brought to Al Ain Zoo in 1978, died in her sleep it was revealed. Remembering the zoo's matriarch in a statement, a spokesperson said, "It is with sadness that Al Ain Zoo announces the passing away of perhaps its most loved animal, the Lowland Gorilla Lady. Lady first came to the Zoo in 1978 and immediately became a favourite with both keepers and visitors. As a ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Rashid approves works on main building for Safari Park project

Posted on 01/08/2016

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai, UAE Minister of Finance and Chairman of Dubai Municipality, has approved work to begin on the main building of the Dubai Safari Park project at a total cost of AED151 million. The step is part of the Government of Dubai's efforts to make the emirate a unique world destination which provides high quality and integrated services. Essa Al Haj Al Maidoor, the Deputy Director-General of Dubai Municipality, said that the main building ...  >>MORE

EAD completes scientific assessment of the genetic diversity of sand gazelle population in Abu Dhabi forests

Posted on 19/07/2016

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, has completed the implementation of a pioneer project that aimed at assessing the genetic diversity of the sand gazelle population in EAD managed forests. This is considered the first of its kind on global scale for this particular species within its natural and historic distribution of this antelope in the Arabian Peninsula. The project assessed the genetic diversity and verified any current or future threats to genetic characteristics resulting from ...  >>MORE

UAE's Etihad Airways partners sign declaration to support prevention of illegal wildlife trade

Posted on 04/06/2016

Five Etihad Airways equity partner airlines signed up to the Buckingham Palace Declaration, committing to major steps to fight illegal wildlife trafficking and efforts to help protect many of the world's iconic wildlife species. The Declaration of the United for Wildlife International Taskforce on the Transportation of Illegal Wildlife Products was signed at the IATA Annual General Meeting in Dublin. Alitalia, airberlin, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles and Virgin Australia signed the Declaration ...  >>MORE

Chicks of critically endangered Northern Bald Ibis hatch in Wasit Wetland Reserve

Posted on 01/06/2016

Five northern bald ibis chicks hatched recently at the Wasit Wetland Reserve in Sharjah. The hatching, which is the first of its kind in the region, is part of the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah (EPAA) breeding programme held in coordination with the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA). The accomplishment comes as part of the successful efforts made by the EPAA in protecting and breeding endangered species to maintain the ecosystem's natural balance. Hana ...  >>MORE

Two new species added to the global list of invertebrates after discovery on Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 27/05/2016

Two new species have been added to the global list of invertebrates after they were unexpectedly discovered on Abu Dhabi's Al Wathba Wetland Reserve, during regular seasonal wildlife trapping carried out by researchers at the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD). The Gasteruptiid Wasp (Gasteruption alwathbaense), measuring 11.3mm, and the Dance Fly (Drapetis wathabiensis), measuring 2-3mm, have now been added to the list of hundreds of invertebrates already recorded on the reserve. "This ...  >>MORE

UAE joins Convention on Migratory Species, reaffirms strong commitment to international raptor and dugong conservation

Posted on 24/05/2016

The Convention on Migratory Species, CMS, the United Arab Emirates Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, MOCCAE, and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, have committed themselves to advancing their cooperation to conserve migratory species of wild animals, with the UAE's recent accession to CMS as its 123rd member state, and the extension of the long-standing financial and in-kind support of CMS Office - Abu Dhabi by EAD on behalf of the Government of Abu Dhabi Emirate The accession of ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi releases successfully 14 rehabilitated sea turtles

Posted on 15/05/2016

ABU DHABI, 15th May, 2016 (WAM)--The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD), in collaboration with the Tourism Development Investment Company (TDIC), has released 13 young critically endangered Hawksbill turtles and 1 young Loggerhead turtle on the beach of the Park Hyatt hotel, Saadiyat Island. The low key event was the result of a successful rehabilitation prior to the release of the yearlings into their natural habitat. With the help of members of the public, fishermen, EAD rangers and ...  >>MORE

Flight recorders fitted by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi track birds’ travel

Posted on 14/05/2016

Having been suspected of migrating far beyond what scientists previously thought, the sooty falcon is beginning to tell animal conservationists the story of its perilous 6,700-kilometre journey after being tagged by the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. The falcon, nicknamed Ibn Battuta by scientists at the EAD, after the legendary Arab traveller, was tagged with a solar-powered GPS device in 2009 and has since then been relaying information to conservationists around the world. "People had a ...  >>MORE

UAE researcher helps to discover new species of ant

Posted on 14/05/2016

An independent scientific researcher from Al Ain has contributed to the discovery of a new species of ant, so far known only from the United Arab Emirates and Oman, according to a paper published this month in the authoritative on-line Journal of Natural History. The paper, by four specialists led by Dr. Mostafa R. Sharaf, of the College of Food and Agriculture Sciences at Saudi Arabia's King Saud University, describes the new ant, whose scientific name is Lepisiota omanensis, as being ...  >>MORE

EAD highlights importance of enhancing conservation of migratory birds and their habitats

Posted on 10/05/2016

A Greater Spotted Eagle tagged in Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in Abu Dhabi reached southern Russia by 24th April as part of its spring migration to its potential breeding areas in Russia and Kazakhstan, according to the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD). This is precisely the annual ritual migratory birds' follow, arriving in the UAE during autumn and returning from mid-March onwards. The eagle was tagged in February 2016 as part of EAD's effort to understand migration of important and ...  >>MORE

UAE protects migratory birds

Posted on 08/05/2016

According to statistics logged by BirdLife International, the UAE is putting its best foot forward to conserve and protect bird species. Every effort matters, said the organisation, given growing threats to migrating birds along their routes. Comprising 119 conservation partner groups around the world, BirdLife International says that every "autumn, over two billion passerine and near-passerine birds, having bred in Europe and central and western Asia, migrate south to winter in tropical ...  >>MORE

EPAA announces completion of Phase I of Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife

Posted on 25/04/2016

The Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah, EPAA, has announced the completion of Phase I of the Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife, which extends over 27 thousand square metres in Arabia's Wildlife Centre. It is the first centre of its kind in the GCC. Animals in the centre vary from mixed wildlife and predators to reptiles. Many kinds of cages that meet international design standards have been provided for the centre, as it contains dangerous animals such as lions, ...  >>MORE

Wasit Wetland Centre nurtures birth of three endangered Goliath Heron chicks

Posted on 31/03/2016

Wasit Wetland Centre (WWC), a nature reserve run by Sharjah's Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA), has announced yesterday the recently successful hatching of three Goliath Heron (Latin name: Ardea goliath) chicks, at its Breeding Centre for Endangered Wildlife. The Goliath Herons are part of a coordinated breeding programme with the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria (EAZA) – the female coming from Beekse Bergen Safari Park in the Netherlands, and the male arriving from Zoo ...  >>MORE

Baynounah TV partners with houbara fund to promote conservation

Posted on 30/03/2016

A local TV station is teaming up with the International Fund for Houbara Conservation to promote the protection of the birds. Baynounah TV will work with the fund to create programmes covering the local history of falconry and endeavours to restore wild populations of the houbara bustards through the release of captive-bred birds. Houbara bustards are a vulnerable species and considered an integral part of Emirati culture and heritage. Last year, the fund's production programme established a ...  >>MORE

Four new penguin chicks hatch at Ski Dubai

Posted on 25/03/2016

Four new gentoo penguin chicks have hatched, joining the penguin family at Ski Dubai. Peter hatched in December within the gentoo colony as part of Ski Dubai's snow penguin breeding programme, while Litmit, Apple and Pecan hatched in January. Peter's proud parents, Sneezy and Mr Sim, had been taking turns to protect their nest, eagerly awaiting their offspring. Peter's gender is currently unknown as Ski Dubai awaits the results of DNA testing, which are expected in the coming weeks. The ...  >>MORE

EAD successfully reintroduces 25 Scimitar Horned Oryx in Chad

Posted on 22/03/2016

Twenty five Scimitar Horned Oryx (SHO) have arrived safely to their natural habitat in Chad as part of the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) and Government of Chad reintroduction programme. This initiative aims to create a healthy and viable population of up to 500 Scimitar Horned Oryx in an isolated natural reserve within the Oadi Rime-Oadi Achim Game Reserve in Chad, which extends over an area of 77,950 square kilometres. The first shipment of Oryx, will be held in a large fenced area to ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Qasimi opens Al Hefaiyah Mountain Conservation Centre for endangered animals

Posted on 07/03/2016

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, yesterday opened Al Hefaiyah Mountain Conservation Centre in Kalba City, one of the emirate's leading projects spearheaded by the Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) that aims to protect endangered animals found in the UAE's diverse mountain environment as well as the natural landscape itself. The opening of this centre reflects Sharjah's and the EPAA's commitment to protecting animals in ...  >>MORE

Emirates Animal Welfare Society celebrates World Wildlife Day

Posted on 04/03/2016

Dr. Nasser Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Emirates Animal Welfare Society, EAW, has reviewed the special preparations for the EAW's participation in World Wildlife day during the society's regular meeting. The event, taking place on Thursday at Emirates Park Zoo, is one of the activities the EAW will be participating in this year, addressing the largest segment of the public and people who are interested in animal welfare issues. Dr. Al Nuaimi stressed that World Wildlife Day is an ...  >>MORE

TCA Abu Dhabi team up with Emirates Park Zoo to make World Wildlife Day a roaring success

Posted on 03/03/2016

To celebrate World Wildlife Day, which will take place on March 3rd, Abu Dhabi Tourism and Culture Authority, TCA Abu Dhabi, has teamed up with Emirates Park Zoo to organise special activities to boost awareness about wildlife amongst the emirate's schoolchildren as well as UAE society in general, with a 50% discount for all admissions. World Wildlife Day is a special initiative of the United Nations to celebrate and raise awareness of the world's wild animals and plants. This year it is ...  >>MORE

A new UAE nest for birdwatching: the undeniable magic of Wasit Wetland Centre

Posted on 26/02/2016

To say that the Wasit ­Wetland Centre, a veritable James Bond lair for birdwatchers and nature-­lovers of all ages, keeps its many attractions well-hidden is something of an understatement. The main road from the coast to Al Dhaid thunders along the centre's northern boundary and the approach to the protected area, which sits between a residential suburb and an industrial zone at the border of Sharjah and Ajman, is defined by a series of rambling villas, mini roundabouts and an ageing outpost ...  >>MORE

Two endangered pink-backed pelican chicks hatched at Wasit Wetland Reserve

Posted on 15/02/2016

Two endangered pink-backed pelican chicks recently hatched at the Wasit Wetland Reserve in Sharjah. The first-of-its-kind phenomenon served as proof of the successful efforts made by the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah, EPAA, to protect endangered species and ensure biological equilibrium in the ecosystem. Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, Chairperson of the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah, said, "H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi zoo to create space for more animals

Posted on 15/02/2016

Officials at the Emirates Park Zoo and Resort in Abu Dhabi have announced an extension plan that will double the zoo's space in order to house additional animals. In addition to the new animals, the zoo also seeks to create new educational programmes that are compatible with the Abu Dhabi Education Council system. Dr Waleed Sha'aban, manager of the Emirates Park Zoo and Resort, said that the zoo, a major tourist attraction, also conducts interactive sessions in schools to educate children ...  >>MORE

CITE's committee praises UAE's efforts to protect endangered species

Posted on 20/01/2016

The Standing Committee of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora praised the UAE's efforts in protecting endangered species and cited the destruction last year of tonnes of elephant ivory seized from smugglers. This came during the CITES Standing Committee's 66th meeting, held between 11th-15th January in Geneva, Switzerland. The committee said the destruction of the illegal raw and crafted ivory stockpile in cooperation with the Interpol serves as ...  >>MORE

EAD records highest breeding of flamingos at Al Wathba Wetlands

Posted on 05/01/2016

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, has unveiled yet another season of successful breeding for the Greater Flamingo. A total of 420 chicks were born at the Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in Abu Dhabi this season, more than twice the previous record high of 200 chicks. Breeding activity was observed during mid-April to the first week of July, a period of two and a half months. According to EAD, a major contributor to this record was the management of the nesting island. The island was filled ...  >>MORE

Sir Bani Yas Island welcomes baby llama to its wildlife family

Posted on 29/12/2015

Sir Bani Yas Island, the award-winning nature and wildlife island reserve, recently welcomed a baby llama to its extensive wildlife family. The baby is the first of its species to be born on the island, which is a testament to the ongoing efforts by the Sir Bani Yas Conservation Team. There are currently seven llamas on Sir Bani Yas Island, five females and two males. The baby male will stay with its mother for six months before becoming more independent. Llamas are a South American relative ...  >>MORE

Dubai Safari Park to open in 2016

Posted on 29/12/2015

It's full steam ahead for Dubai's new zoo with Safari Park expected to open by mid-2016, confirmed a senior official on Sunday. Covering a total area of 119 hectares at a cost of Dh150 million, the zoo is expected to open its doors to the public within the third quarter of next year. "The new zoo will be home to almost 1,000 animals from around the world, and out of those, there will be more than 350 species of rare and endangered animals,” said Eng. Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of ...  >>MORE

Al Noor’s insect beauties have Sharjah visitors aflutter

Posted on 27/12/2015

The emirate's newest tourist attraction pulled in the crowds over the long weekend, with families keen to enjoy the time off work, the cool winter weather – and the butterflies. Nine-year-old Nadeen convinced her father to take her to the newly-opened Al Noor Island, located in Khalid Lagoon, to visit the butterfly garden. "When we came the other night, the butterflies were sleeping, the staff told me that in order to see them I have to come during daylight,” said the Syrian schoolgirl. Her ...  >>MORE

DNA analysis reveals new identity for UAE geckos

Posted on 27/12/2015

It is often the case that progress in science involves showing that the perceived wisdom is not correct. In earlier eras, this could involve significant changes in how we see the world. In the 16th century, for example, Nicolas Copernicus showed that the Earth orbits the Sun, rather than the other way around, while in the 19th century, researchers found that germs, rather than foul vapours from rotting organic matter, spread disease. Today's advances involve more detailed changes in ...  >>MORE

International Fund for Houbara Conservation releases 44 Houbara Bustards on occasion of 44th National Day

Posted on 30/11/2015

The International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) set free into the wild 44 Houbara bustards born in captivity in the Eastern Region of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, on the occasion of the 44th UAE National Day Anniversary. The number of freed birds symbolises the number of years of the UAE Union. They were bearing the ring colours of the UAE flag when released. A selected group of students from the Emirate of Abu Dhabi participated in the event to release the birds. The move is part of the ...  >>MORE

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EWS-WWF to expand collaboration on its 100% Renewable Energy Vision for the UAE - 2050 project


Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority to take part in World Future Energy Summit


Emirates Park Zoo opens extension


UAE launches ‘Beautiful in the Wild’ awareness campaign to conserve wildlife


Sharjah calls on community to contribute towards wildlife protection


EWS-WWF organises excursion to raise funds


Authorities remove lions, pythons, crocodiles from Sharjah residences


Etihad Airways celebrates World Animal Day


Total annual breeding of International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, exceeds global target of 50,000


Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Al Ain Zoo sign MoU


Elusive Arabian sand cat photographed in Abu Dhabi’s Western Region


Al Ain Zoo's most-loved gorilla, Lady, passes away


Hamdan bin Rashid approves works on main building for Safari Park project


EAD completes scientific assessment of the genetic diversity of sand gazelle population in Abu Dhabi forests


UAE's Etihad Airways partners sign declaration to support prevention of illegal wildlife trade


Chicks of critically endangered Northern Bald Ibis hatch in Wasit Wetland Reserve


Two new species added to the global list of invertebrates after discovery on Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


UAE joins Convention on Migratory Species, reaffirms strong commitment to international raptor and dugong conservation


Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi releases successfully 14 rehabilitated sea turtles


Flight recorders fitted by Environment Agency Abu Dhabi track birds’ travel


UAE researcher helps to discover new species of ant


EAD highlights importance of enhancing conservation of migratory birds and their habitats


UAE protects migratory birds


EPAA announces completion of Phase I of Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife


Wasit Wetland Centre nurtures birth of three endangered Goliath Heron chicks


Baynounah TV partners with houbara fund to promote conservation


Four new penguin chicks hatch at Ski Dubai


EAD successfully reintroduces 25 Scimitar Horned Oryx in Chad


Sultan Al Qasimi opens Al Hefaiyah Mountain Conservation Centre for endangered animals


Emirates Animal Welfare Society celebrates World Wildlife Day


TCA Abu Dhabi team up with Emirates Park Zoo to make World Wildlife Day a roaring success


A new UAE nest for birdwatching: the undeniable magic of Wasit Wetland Centre


Two endangered pink-backed pelican chicks hatched at Wasit Wetland Reserve


Abu Dhabi zoo to create space for more animals


CITE's committee praises UAE's efforts to protect endangered species


EAD records highest breeding of flamingos at Al Wathba Wetlands


Sir Bani Yas Island welcomes baby llama to its wildlife family


Dubai Safari Park to open in 2016


Al Noor’s insect beauties have Sharjah visitors aflutter


DNA analysis reveals new identity for UAE geckos


International Fund for Houbara Conservation releases 44 Houbara Bustards on occasion of 44th National Day