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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - WILDLIFE

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

Arabian Oryx experts discuss enhancing national conservation efforts in UAE

Posted on 24/11/2015

The General Secretariat for the Conservation of the Arabian Oryx, GSCAO, has gathered key experts to the UAE to enhance collective Arabian Oryx conservation efforts. The National Workshop for Arabian Oryx Collections in the UAE, which was hosted last week by the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve and sponsored by Al Maha Desert Resort, was integral in providing a platform for collaboration on conservation efforts for this iconic species. Dr. Majid Al Qasimi, Director of Terrestrial ...  >>MORE

Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed approves preparations for introducing oryx in Chad

Posted on 05/11/2015

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region and Chairman of Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, on Tuesday approved preparations for introducing a herd of scimitar-horned oryx, extinct in the wild, back to their habitat in Chad in collaboration with the government of the African country. The programme aims to return the oryx to a natural reserve in Chad to increase its population. H.H. Sheikh Hamdan's approval came during a meeting of the board of the ...  >>MORE

Emirates Airline's super jumbo message against the illegal wildlife trade

Posted on 03/11/2015

Two massive Emirates A380 jets will take to the skies this week, wearing special livery in support of United for Wildlife, a global collaboration that unites the efforts of the world's leading wildlife charities in the fight against the illegal wildlife trade. The livery, featuring some of the planet's wildlife threatened by poaching and the illegal wildlife trade, is aimed at raising awareness of the illegal wildlife trade and communicate the need for urgent action. In a press release, The ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi announces reopening of Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 28/10/2015

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, has announced that Al Wathba Wetland Reserve will reopen to the public from November 1st, after its closure throughout the summer months due to the breeding season of flamingos and to allow enhancement of the visitor facilities. Over the past few months, EAD has been implementing its enhancements plan within the wetland eco-reserve project to welcome visitors to experience this important reserve in Abu Dhabi. EAD's terrestrial biodiversity team has made ...  >>MORE

UAE conservation initiative sees 100 ibex released in Jordan

Posted on 23/10/2015

JORDAN: About 100 ibex have been released into the wild at the Wadi Rum nature reserve in southern Jordan as part of a UAE-led project to help save the animal from extinction. The initiative to protect the ibex, a large mountain goat found in rugged areas of Algeria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Egypt, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Yemen, and Sudan, was launched by Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo conservation effort praised

Posted on 16/10/2015

Al Ain Zoo is at the cutting edge of conservation and animal welfare, outgoing World Association of Zoos and Aquariums president Lee Ehmke said on the final day of the association's 70th conference on Thursday. "What Al Ain has done is a model for not just zoos in the Middle East, but around the world. It's very impressive and exciting.” The zoo's efforts to educate people on how they can help the cause of conservation was in keeping with Waza's vision for the role of zoos. "There are many ...  >>MORE

WAZA launches two new strategies on animal welfare and conservation

Posted on 14/10/2015

During the 70th WAZA Annual Conference and Technical Congress currently being held in Al Ain, the first to be held in the MENA region, the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums have announced the release of two new strategies entitled 'Committing to Conservation' and 'Caring for Wildlife'. The two strategies will serve as guiding documents for WAZA members and the global conservation and animal welfare communities at large. The creation of the two strategies was part of a global initiative ...  >>MORE

Sultan bin Tahnoun opens 70th Conference of World Association of Zoos and Aquariums

Posted on 13/10/2015

Sheikh Sultan bin Tahnoun Al Nahyan, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Abu Dhabi Transport Department and Chairman of the Zoo and Aquarium Public Institution in Al Ain, yesterday opened the 70th Conference of World Association of Zoos and Aquariums in 2015. The four-day event, being organised for the first time in the Middle East, will be held in Danat Al Ain Resort. In his speech on the occasion, Sheikh Sultan welcomed the audience, members of the Board of Directors and participants in ...  >>MORE

DP World hosts United for Wildlife Taskforce visit to Jebel Ali Port

Posted on 06/10/2015

DUBAI, 6th October, 2015 (WAM)--DP World has recently hosted the United for Wildlife Taskforce, a collaboration of seven international conservation organisations established by His Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge, for lunch and a tour of the company's flagship Jebel Ali Port. DP World is a member of the Taskforce which is committed to focusing increased attention and action on the most pressing conservation issues of our time, including the multi-million dollar, illegal wildlife trade ...  >>MORE

‘Sheikh Zayed laid foundations for wildlife conservation effort’

Posted on 26/09/2015

Scientists undertaking fieldwork in the country's deserts in the 1990s were surprised to find enclaves that were teeming with wildlife, despite there being no official protected areas. Professor Robert Kenward was working on a falcon-reintroduction programme in 1991 for the National Avian Research Centre, which later became part of the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi. He said: "These biologists suddenly found that there were places filled with untouched wildlife – they were surprised to find ...  >>MORE

Eid fun at Al Ain Zoo

Posted on 22/09/2015

Al Ain Zoo has always offered families a journey of discovery, however the zoo will be exceeding all expectations during Eid al-Adha this year. Families who journey to Al Ain will discover 15 exciting entertainment acts, 15 special Eid animal experiences and a new limited behind-the-scenes tour. From Trash Drummers to Mime Artists, Circus Parades to Stilt Walkers, entertainment will happen in the most unlikely of places, popping up at special times to provide a unique experience. Up close and ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi experts unite with global counterparts to address species conservation

Posted on 16/09/2015

ABU DHABI, 16th September, 2015 (WAM) -- The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, is hosting the third Species Survival Commission of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, IUCN-SSC, Leaders Group Meeting in Abu Dhabi, which will run until September 18th. Established over 60 years ago, the IUCN-SSC has only convened twice in the course of its history, with both conferences being supported and hosted by Abu Dhabi in 2008 and 2012. For the third consecutive time, EAD is bringing ...  >>MORE

International Fund for Houbara Conservation announces hatching of 48,213 houbara bustards this year

Posted on 10/09/2015

The International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, announced yesterday that it has scored another achievement with the hatching of 48,213 houbara bustards since the beginning of the year. The move is part of the IFHC programme to breed houbara bustards in captivity and reintroduce them to a number of countries. About 46,000 houbara bustards hatched in captivity last year, while the IFHC stepped up efforts to breed Asian and North Africa houbara bustards, which are different types of ...  >>MORE

UAQ wetlands attract rare birds and birdwatchers

Posted on 03/08/2015

The Khor Al Beidah wetlands attracts thousands of birds, as well as flocks of birdwatchers. "You have 25 different species of birds and you have thousands of them,” said Tommy Pedersen, a captain with Emirates Airline. "It is quite a sight.” Among the rare birds is the Great Knot, a small wader that breeds in the Siberian tundra and winters mainly in Australia. Some populations also winter in Southern Asia, Oman and the UAE. Khor Al Beidah is the only publicly accessible place where the ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo reopens and celebrates Eid Al Fitr with 20 Special Activities

Posted on 14/07/2015

On the occasion of Eid Al Fitr, Al Ain Zoo reopens from its Ramadan break, and looks forward to welcoming guests with range of unique performances and activities that will provide an unforgettable zoo holiday experience. Visitors of all ages can enjoy these events during special opening hours from 9am to 9pm on the first three days of Eid Al Fitr. Al Ain Zoo will be presenting an ‘Eidiya' for visitors – a gift traditionally offered on the occasion of Eid – with each guest receiving a ...  >>MORE

Sir Bani Yas wildlife reserve welcomes new addition of giraffes

Posted on 09/07/2015

Sir Bani Yas, the award-winning nature and wildlife island reserve, recently welcomed two Reticulated Giraffe calves to its wildlife family, which features thousands of free-roaming wild animals. The calves were born after a gestation period of 15 months and these latest additions bring the total number of reticulated giraffes on the Island to 37. Marius Prinsloo, General Manager of Sir Bani Yas Corporate Operations, said, "We are pleased to welcome these latest additions to our wildlife ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Zayed fund spent over US$1.5 million on endangered species

Posted on 29/06/2015

The Mohammed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund (MZSCF) has spent more than US$1.5million last year, saving threatened, endangered or nearly extinct species around the world. Established by His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Zayed al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of UAE Armed Forces in 2009, MZSCF has just released its 2014 annual report, a year that also marked its fifth anniversary of yearly conservation grants giving. "Over the past five years the fund has ...  >>MORE

Jane Goodall praises UAE conservation efforts, Sheikh Zayed’s foresight

Posted on 25/06/2015

Famed primatologist and environmentalist Dr Jane Goodall has praised the UAE's environment conservation efforts and the founding father's foresight in laying the groundwork for environmental protection. Dr Goodall said she was impressed by the foresight of Sheikh Zayed in captive breeding and reintroduction programmes of the Arabian Oryx and Abu Dhabi's protected Oak (mangrove) forests in Sir Bani Yas. Dr Goodall, arguably the most famous conservationist and the best known and respected ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo partners with French National Museum of Natural History

Posted on 19/06/2015

With the attendance of Dr. Mugheer Al Khaili, Al Ain Zoo Board of Directors Deputy Chair, and the Chairman of the Health Authority - Abu Dhabi, Al Ain Zoo representatives were in Paris last week to meet and develop an historic partnership with the senior management of the National Museum of Natural History, resulting in a Memorandum of Understanding that paves the way for a wide range of important initiatives between both parties. The first steps of the partnership will be to establish an ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed instructs issuance of implementing regulation on wildlife hunting in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 10/06/2015

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and Chairman of the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi, has issued a resolution for issuing the implementing regulations of law No. 22 of 2015 regarding hunting in the emirate of Abu Dhabi. According to the resolution, the Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) will be the exclusive competent authority in the emirate for licensing areas for hunting. No hunting area may be ...  >>MORE

EAD announces winners of Al Wathba Photography Competition

Posted on 03/06/2015

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD), has announced the winners of the "Al Wathba Photography Competition" which was launched on its Instagram account in February. The competition aimed to bring nature and people closer together and encourage professional and amateur photographers to capture creative images that reflect Al Wathba Wetland Reserve's natural beauty and rich biodiversity. It also contributed to raising environmental awareness on the importance of this valuable and fragile ...  >>MORE

Groundbreaking documentary showcases the wildlife of remote UAE

Posted on 31/05/2015

Melting cameras and keeping up with wild dugongs off the coast of Abu Dhabi were just some of the challenges faced by producers capturing shots of nature in the UAE during the BBC's filming of Wild Arabia. Shot between 2011 and 2013, the series has been a huge hit in the UK, where it aired last year. It is due to be shown in the UAE later this year. With few places on Earth evoking more mystery and romance than Arabia, the series shed light on corners of the region that many will not have ...  >>MORE

UAE marks International Day for Biological Diversity

Posted on 22/05/2015

The UAE is joining the world's countries on Friday to observe the International Day for Biological Diversity (IDB), celebrated on 22nd May every year. The 2015 IDB's theme of "Biodiversity for Sustainable Development" reflects the importance of efforts made at all levels to establish a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the United Nations Post - 2015 Development Agenda for the period 2015 to 2030 and the relevance of biodiversity for the achievement of sustainable ...  >>MORE

EAD nurtures passion for biodiversity in the young

Posted on 22/05/2015

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, is raising awareness of local and global natural heritage among children by publishing six encyclopaedic books on biodiversity, on the occasion of World Biodiversity Day on 22nd May. Aimed at students aged eight to twelve, the six "Endangered Species" books highlight several critically endangered animals along with details and scientific facts about these species and their current status in terms of daily risks and threats. The series spans terrestrial ...  >>MORE

EAD hosts 5th coordination committee meeting for conserving the Arabian Oryx

Posted on 13/05/2015

Members of the Coordination Committee for the Conservation of the Arabian Oryx, CCCAO, have held their 5th meeting in Abu Dhabi to enhance regional coordination and communication to conserve the Arabian Oryx in its natural habitats. The committee, which is chaired by the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, EAD, comprises a number of member Arab governments, including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, Syria, and Yemen, which committed to unifying and intensifying efforts to ...  >>MORE

UAE to host 5th Coordination Committee Meeting for Conservation of the Arabian Oryx

Posted on 07/05/2015

The Coordination Committee for the Conservation of the Arabian Oryx, CCCAO, will be hosting their 5th meeting to assess progress towards achieving the mission of the regional initiative, to enhance regional coordination and communication, and introduce the future strategic roadmap of the General-Secretariat. The committee meeting will be organised by the General Secretariat for the Conservation of the Arabian Oryx, GSCAO, hosted by the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, EAD, with invited senior ...  >>MORE

Dubai Safari Park project to be completed next year

Posted on 26/04/2015

Dubai Safari, the long-awaited upcoming zoo park, is 30 per cent complete and expected to open in the third quarter of 2016, an official said on Saturday. Hussain Lootah, Dubai Municipality Director-General, said on Saturday that the massive Dh1 billion project will cover 119 hectares of land. Dubai Safari, coming up in Al Warqa'a area, will replace the existing decades-old Dubai Zoo. The plan to relocate roughly 1,000 animals was developed and revised many times in the past decade, pushing ...  >>MORE

Sultan Al Qasimi issues Emiri Decree on establishing Masnad Nature Reserve

Posted on 06/04/2015

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, has issued an Emiri Decree on the establishment of Masnad Nature Reserve in the Emirate of Sharjah. The Emiri Decree, No. 45 of 2015, stipulates that a nature reserve will be established in the Emirate of Sharjah under the name of "Masnad Nature Reserve". The Environment and Protected Areas Authority shall be responsible of the reserve and shall take the necessary administrative procedures regarding ...  >>MORE

"Discover Africa" this spring with Al Ain Zoo

Posted on 03/04/2015

Al Ain Zoo's annual spring-break programme has kicked off, giving children the opportunity to learn about conservation and nature in a fun and educational environment via a number of exciting activities. To make the best out of the spring-break holidays, Al Ain Zoo has planned a wide array of fun activities that aim to enhance the skills and interests of participants including recycling and arts and crafts. The camp is also providing children with the chance to learn more about wildlife ...  >>MORE

Houbara chick has cute name

Posted on 19/03/2015

The first baby houbara of the season was named Frekhan on Wednesday by nine-year-old Khaled Abdullah, a pupil at Future Academy School in Al Ain. Khaled's suggestion for the name was selected out of 400 entries as part of the Name the Chick campaign by the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC). The name, a play on the word "chick” with connotations of "cute” and "little”, won Khaled an iPad Air. Mohammed Al Baidani, the IFHC's director-general, said: "Selecting the winner was a ...  >>MORE

Darshan’s eagle-eye view sets world record

Posted on 15/03/2015

From the lofty pole antenna of the Burj Khalifa, Darshan disembarked at the clapping signal of its trainer on the ground below. People had teemed in front of the screens situated near the Dubai Mall Fountain to watch the bird of prey broadcast its eagle-eye view live and set a new world record. "Darshan is a male Imperial Eagle with a wing span of two metres,” Darshan's trainer and founder of Freedom Conservation, Jazques-Olivier Travers, said. "He is a very powerful bird, which is necessary ...  >>MORE

Endangered bird species introduced to Sir Bani Yas Island

Posted on 13/03/2015

Sir Bani Yas, the award-winning nature and wildlife island reserve located in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi's western region, has welcomed 20 Houbara Bustards (Chlamydotis undulata macqueenii) to its thrilling wildlife population. The introduction of these unique birds is the result of joint efforts led by the Department of Presidential Affairs, the Sir Bani Yas Conservation Team and Barari Forest Management – which manages the fauna and flora on the island on behalf of TDIC. Classified as ...  >>MORE

Newborn Arabian tahr discovered on Jebel Hafeet

Posted on 13/03/2015

Newborn Arabian tahr have been discovered on Jebel Hafeet, in Al Ain, by the Abu Dhabi Environment Agency. The find indicates that the UAE can provide the environmental conditions required to help boost numbers of the mountain goat, which is endangered. Special motion-sensitive cameras were used by EAD to monitor the area in which the goats were found, Al Ittihad, the Arabic-language sister paper of The National reported. Among the goats spotted were a mother and her two kids, as well as two ...  >>MORE

Dubai to host attempt to set a new world record by flying Eagle from top of Burj Khalifa

Posted on 12/03/2015

The Burj Khalifa will be centre of attention this coming Saturday, when an attempt to set a new world record will be made by flying an Eagle from the top of the world's tallest building in Dubai, aimed to increase public awareness on the plight of endangered animals. The announcement was made yesterday at a press conference, which was organised by the Government of Dubai Media Office (GDMO), in collaboration with Dubai Crown Prince Office, and attended by Jacques-Olivier Travers, founder of ...  >>MORE

Eagle captures remarkable view of Dubai

Posted on 09/03/2015

Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, has posted on Instagram a video of an eagle soaring over Dubai and capturing remarkable views of the city. The short video, showing a camera-equipped eagle being released from a cage and flying over Burj Al Arab, has gone viral. As of press time, the video released only four days ago has attracted more than 80,000 views. Hamdan wrote on his Instagram post: "Through an eagle eye from @burjalarab expect higher on 14 of ...  >>MORE

Turtle nesting in Jebel Ali Marine Sanctuary

Posted on 27/02/2015

The critically endangered Hawksbill Sea Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) is now starting its nesting season on the shores of Dubai. A nest was observed on 13th February 2015 in the only marine protected area of the emirate, Jebel Ali Marine Sanctuary. According to Alia Al Harmoodi, Director of Environment Department Dubai Municipality, two false tracks were observed near the nesting site, suggesting that the hawksbill female had previously surfaced to find a suitable nesting location, before ...  >>MORE

Dubai Safari will replace the existing small zoo

Posted on 22/02/2015

Dubai Safari, which will replace Dubai Zoo and offer new features, is expected to open in 2015. The plan to relocate roughly 1,000 animals has been developed and revised many times in the past decade, pushing back the opening of Dubai Safari. The project was first announced in 2009 but work restarted in 2012 after a pause in the intervening years. The new wildlife attraction, developed by Dubai Municipality, will come up in Al Warqaa area, opposite Dragon Mart. An official had earlier told ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo’s expert veterinary team rescues distressed giraffe

Posted on 09/02/2015

Al Ain Zoo's Veterinary team recently came to the rescue of a distraught female giraffe that was suffering from a problematic labour with a stillborn calf. Al Ain Zoo's team of veterinarians answered the call from Emirates Park Zoo, after the stillborn calf became trapped in the mother's birth canal during labour. The mother giraffe remained in labour for a few hours while a team of four observed and assessed the situation. Once it became clear that the mother was facing difficulty delivering ...  >>MORE

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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


Arabian Oryx experts discuss enhancing national conservation efforts in UAE


Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed approves preparations for introducing oryx in Chad


Emirates Airline's super jumbo message against the illegal wildlife trade


Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi announces reopening of Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


UAE conservation initiative sees 100 ibex released in Jordan


Al Ain Zoo conservation effort praised


WAZA launches two new strategies on animal welfare and conservation


Sultan bin Tahnoun opens 70th Conference of World Association of Zoos and Aquariums


DP World hosts United for Wildlife Taskforce visit to Jebel Ali Port


‘Sheikh Zayed laid foundations for wildlife conservation effort’


Eid fun at Al Ain Zoo


Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi experts unite with global counterparts to address species conservation


International Fund for Houbara Conservation announces hatching of 48,213 houbara bustards this year


UAQ wetlands attract rare birds and birdwatchers


Al Ain Zoo reopens and celebrates Eid Al Fitr with 20 Special Activities


Sir Bani Yas wildlife reserve welcomes new addition of giraffes


Mohammed bin Zayed fund spent over US$1.5 million on endangered species


Jane Goodall praises UAE conservation efforts, Sheikh Zayed’s foresight


Al Ain Zoo partners with French National Museum of Natural History


Mohamed bin Zayed instructs issuance of implementing regulation on wildlife hunting in Abu Dhabi


EAD announces winners of Al Wathba Photography Competition


Groundbreaking documentary showcases the wildlife of remote UAE


UAE marks International Day for Biological Diversity


EAD nurtures passion for biodiversity in the young


EAD hosts 5th coordination committee meeting for conserving the Arabian Oryx


UAE to host 5th Coordination Committee Meeting for Conservation of the Arabian Oryx


Dubai Safari Park project to be completed next year


Sultan Al Qasimi issues Emiri Decree on establishing Masnad Nature Reserve


"Discover Africa" this spring with Al Ain Zoo


Houbara chick has cute name


Darshan’s eagle-eye view sets world record


Endangered bird species introduced to Sir Bani Yas Island


Newborn Arabian tahr discovered on Jebel Hafeet


Dubai to host attempt to set a new world record by flying Eagle from top of Burj Khalifa


Eagle captures remarkable view of Dubai


Turtle nesting in Jebel Ali Marine Sanctuary


Dubai Safari will replace the existing small zoo


Al Ain Zoo’s expert veterinary team rescues distressed giraffe