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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - WILDLIFE

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

Hamdan bin Zayed releases 80 Asian Houbara Bustards

Posted on 07/02/2015

In line with the Sheikh Khalifa resettlement programme for Houbara of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation, based in Abu Dhabi, H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, has released 80 Asian Houbara Bustards in Al Marzoum area, Abu Dhabi. He commended the directives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan and the follow-up by His Highness General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy ...  >>MORE

Arabian Oryx thriving at Abu Dhabi sanctuary

Posted on 06/02/2015

Work to protect the once-threatened Arabian Oryx from extinction has been praised by conservationists. The Oryx is among the animals thriving at Sir Bani Yas Island nature reserve. It is home to one of the largest populations of the animal in the world, with a herd of about 500 free to roam the sanctuary. The Oryx is just one of several species that have been brought back from the brink of extinction at the reserve, which is off the Abu Dhabi coast. There are 25 species of mammal and 170 ...  >>MORE

Experts convene in Abu Dhabi to develop a framework for conservation of Arabian Tahr

Posted on 27/01/2015

The National Forum for the Conservation of Arabian Tahr has begun in the capital with the participation of conservationists and Arabian tahr biologists from the UAE, Oman and the International Union for Conservation of Nature, IUCN. The two-day forum, held under the patronage of Dr. Rashid Ahmed bin Fahad, Minister of Environment and Water, aims to promote national collaboration towards species conservation through the involvement of relevant institutions on a national level. The forum is a ...  >>MORE

Environment and Protected Areas Authority confiscates four wolves in al-Sabkha district

Posted on 27/01/2015

Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA) in Sharjah has confiscated four wolves in al-Sabkha district, Sharjah, in cooperation with the General Headquarters of Sharjah Police and Sharjah Municipality. The move comes in line with the administrative order No. 15 of year 2015, issued by H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, on banning the ownership of predators and dangerous animals in the Emirate of Sharjah. Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo welcomes reptile new-borns

Posted on 26/01/2015

Al Ain Zoo has kicked off the New Year by welcoming new additions to the reptile family, including the Afro-Asian Sand Snake, Royal Python, Dhab (Spiny-tailed Agama), and Indian Star Tortoise. The Afro-Asian Sand Snake family welcomed three new-borns following a 90 day incubation period. Active during the day, the snake is widespread throughout the Arabian Peninsula and Western Asia. Upon hatching, they measure around 35cm and can grow up to 1.2 metres. Their venom is lethal to their prey but ...  >>MORE

Endangered Arabian Tahr successfully introduced to Sir Bani Yas island

Posted on 12/01/2015

Sir Bani Yas, the renowned nature and wildlife island reserve, recently welcomed a new addition to its vibrant wildlife population, the endangered Arabian Tahr Arabitragus Jayakari. The conservation introduction has been the result of joint efforts by the Sir Bani Yas Operations Team, the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi, EAD, Barari Forest Management, BFM, which manages the Island's flora and fauna, and Al Bustan Zoological Centre, ABZC, a non-commercial zoological entity based in Sharjah. The ...  >>MORE

Come winter, the flamingos are here!

Posted on 04/01/2015

Flamingos, did you know, sleep on one leg? and with their necks gnarled around themselves, in a figure of an ‘8' or in the shape of the letter ‘s', depending on how you tilt your head. From November to April, colonies of these wading birds take up residence at the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary (RAKWS) in the heart of Dubai, where they are fed twice a day. Those feeding times of 10am and 4pm are the best times to photograph the goings on and take in the flurry of activity. There are no clear ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo evolves over the years

Posted on 18/12/2014

A wild animal taken into captivity only to be sold to a zoo where it will spend the rest of its life in a tight enclosure for the pleasure of viewing is a very disturbing fact for anyone who cares for nature. Sadly, such practices still exist, but most zoo parks around the world nowadays work towards conservation of wildlife and make their animals' welfare a priority. Saving wild animals from illegal captivity is what Al Ain Zoo has ended up doing, and 50 of its lions have come this way. ...  >>MORE

EAD officially welcomes environment enthusiasts to Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 16/12/2014

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi (EAD) has completed phase one of Al Wathba Wetland eco-reserve project and is welcoming visitors to experience this important reserve in Abu Dhabi. The concept of eco-reserves was introduced to the public during the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (ADIHEX) 2014. Throughout the past few months, EAD's terrestrial biodiversity team have made significant developments to ensure the interactive and friendly atmosphere of the reserve, while ...  >>MORE

Fun-filled Arabian-themed activities during Winter Camp at Al Ain Zoo

Posted on 16/12/2014

This winter, children will get the opportunity to learn more about Arabian arts and animals in the fun, exciting and stimulating environment of Al Ain Zoo. Children can enjoy an array of recreational and informative experiences during the Winter Camp, which is set to take place later this month. With a wide range of activities planned, children will participate in an Arabian arts workshop, a trip to Al Qattara Arts and Crafts Centre, as well as a special visit to the new Sheikh Zayed Desert ...  >>MORE

Sir Bani Yas Island: A haven for endangered Arabian wildlife

Posted on 13/12/2014

The heat from the morning sun gently embraces the skin as one steps out of the plane after a 30-minute journey to Sir Bani Yas Island. In the distance, cars await as visitors prepare to embark on a journey to witness first-hand the wildlife on the island. Driving at no more than 50km per hour, the ride through the desert island in the safari is therapeutic. Clouds fill the blue canvassed sky as birds hover over the 87-square-kilometre stretch of land. The mountainous landscape in the horizon ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed reintroduction programme releases 100 Nubian Ibex in Jordan

Posted on 20/11/2014

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, earlier this month successfully completed the transfer of a Nubian Ibex herd to the Wadi Rum Nature Reserve, where the herd will remain in a controlled environment that will allow them to adapt to the new habitat before their final release into the wild. The transfer came following a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, signed between EAD and the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, ASEZA, earlier this year with respect to the Nubian Ibex Reintroduction ...  >>MORE

EAD and Chad collaborate on reintroduction of Scimitar Horned Oryx to its natural habitat

Posted on 17/11/2014

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, in collaboration with the Government of Chad, has begun the preparation to reintroduce the Scimitar Horned Oryx back into its natural habitat in Chad. The reintroduction programme seeks to promote a healthy and sustainable environment for up to 500 Scimitar Horned Oryx over a period of five years, in an isolated natural reserve within the Oadi Rime-Oadi Achim Game Reserve in Chad. Following extensive research, the release area was selected to provide ...  >>MORE

ADEC and International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, sign MOU to ensure the future of the U.A.E.’s cultural heritage

Posted on 17/11/2014

Abu Dhabi Education Council (ADEC) and the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to officiate their partnership in the education of Abu Dhabi's youth. The two government entities have previously co-ordinated efforts to educate youth regarding conservation work of the IFHC. Signing the MoU will strengthen the existing partnership with the creation of a five year education strategy plan designed to create more interest in ecology, science and ...  >>MORE

United Nations and Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi enhance international cooperation for migratory species of wild animals

Posted on 06/11/2014

The Convention on Migratory Species,CMS, administered by the United Nations Environment Programme, UNEP, and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, have agreed to extend their arrangement by which an office for the convention was established in Abu Dhabi in 2009. Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Secretary-General of EAD and Bradnee Chambers, Executive Secretary of CMS, signed the agreement in Abu Dhabi and Quito, respectively, as part of the Eleventh Meeting of the Convention's Conference of the ...  >>MORE

New wildlife spotted on Dubai’s ‘green’ desert

Posted on 28/10/2014

Green efforts in Dubai's arid deserts are paying their dividends slowly and naturally. Over 140 species of birds, a dozen of which are yet to be identified, have been spotted in and around a lake created in the middle of Saih Al Salam Desert, which has also seen a green belt being nurtured along its bank. Dubai's leading wildlife specialist Dr Reza Khan spotted this new face of Dubai's desert during his recent field research trips to the desert. "Dubai's desert is rapidly changing its face ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo celebrates Asian species

Posted on 15/10/2014

Al Ain Zoo has kicked off an Asian themed month filled with a wide array of interactive and exciting activities this October to celebrate species from Asia, with a special focus on Bengal Tigers, Axis Deer, Nilgai and Blackbucks. Visitors can enjoy a range of entertaining activities including bird and parrot shows, as well as performances that reflect Asian culture and traditions. A workshop is also planned for children, where they will have the opportunity to craft and design their own ...  >>MORE

Successful breeding streak continues with 110 flamingo chicks at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve

Posted on 13/10/2014

The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, EAD, yesterday announced that 110 flamingo chicks hatched at Abu Dhabi's Al Wathba Wetland Reserve in June and July after another successful breeding season. This year, flamingos began building nests at two sites within the reserve. Scientists from EAD spotted the first eggs on 21st April at the first site, where 28 chicks hatched, and 31st May at the second, where 82 chicks hatched. "The continued breeding of flamingos at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve is a ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo announces fun-filled activities during Eid

Posted on 03/10/2014

Al Ain Zoo has announced a wide array of traditional performances and entertainment activities during the Eid Al Adha holidays for an unforgettable family zoo experience. The festivities will include numerous cultural activities, with a special focus on Asian culture, which will be taking place throughout the month of October. Commenting on the celebrations, Rashed Al Saadi, Communications Manager at Al Ain Zoo said: "We always strive to provide our visitors with an unmatched and ...  >>MORE

Arabian Wildlife Centre in Sharjah Desert Park shows diversity of Arabian fauna

Posted on 29/09/2014

The Arabian Wildlife Centre was established in 1999 pursuant to the vision of His Highness Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, of the importance of preserving the environment and conserving nature, demonstrating the diversity of the fauna found in the Arabian Peninsula and creating awareness of endangered species. The centre, which houses both existing and extinct species of animals exhibited in safe, spacious and natural surroundings, serves ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo celebrates Carnivore Month

Posted on 25/09/2014

Al Ain Zoo kicked off an interactive themed month this September to celebrate Carnivores, with a special focus on African Lions, Wild Dogs, Spotted Hyenas, and Servals. Commenting on the Carnivore Month celebrations, Muna Al Dhaheri, Chief of Conservation and Education at Al Ain Zoo, said, "The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya is one of our key conservation partners based on the fact that both organisations are sharing a common goal of conserving arid lands' biodiversity and the geographical ...  >>MORE

First zoo opens in Ras Al Khaimah

Posted on 24/09/2014

Major-General Shaikh Taleb bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Commander-in-Chief of the Ras Al Khaimah (RAK) Police, on Tuesday inaugurated the first zoo in the emirate. The two-stage RAK Zoo, which will be built at a total cost of Dh17 million, is the third biggest in the U.A.E. after Al Ain Zoo and the Emirates Park Zoo in Abu Dhabi. Jassim Ali, the owner of the zoo, on Tuesday told Khaleej Times that his personal zoo is home to a variety of 40 wild, rare and endangered animals. "The zoo, situated close ...  >>MORE

Ministry of Environment signs MoU with Emirates Park Zoo, EAWS

Posted on 15/09/2014

The Ministry of Environment and Water has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Emirates Park Zoo and the Emirates Animal Welfare Society. This step aims to develop cooperation in the area of animal welfare, enhance public awareness of the importance of protecting animals and their rights, and preserve public health and the safety of our environment. The MoU was signed by Saif Mohammed Al-Shara', Assistant Under-Secretary for Agricultural and Livestock Affairs on behalf of the ...  >>MORE

Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi to open three eco-reserves to public

Posted on 12/09/2014

The first day of the Abu Dhabi International Hunting and Equestrian Exhibition (Adihex) saw some important announcements being made, including the opening date of the 16-year-old Al Wathba Wetland Reserve. The reserve will be opened to the public for the first time this October. Adihex is taking place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre until September 13. The Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi (EAD) announced that it will open to the public all three of its eco-reserves — Al Wathba, ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo hosts first Arabian Population Management Plan Workshop for Arabian sand cat

Posted on 12/09/2014

Al Ain Zoo has recently initiated and hosted the Arabian Population Management Plan Workshop (APMP), a two-day event focusing on maintaining the drive to conserve the Arabian sand cat. The workshop, which took place on the 10th - 11th September, was attended by representatives from the U.A.E., Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, France and the U.K., in addition to Dr. David Mallon from the International Union for Conservation of Nature Species Survival Commission (IUCN). Commenting on the initiative, Ghanim ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Environment discusses care of carnivores in captivity

Posted on 11/09/2014

Concurrence with this year's Conservation of Arabia's Biodiversity session, the veterinary team of the Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife, which is attached to Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA), hosted 50 participants in a workshop about the Captive Care of Carnivores. The workshop covered important topics like common metabolic, viral, fungal and bacterial diseases, neoplasia, dentistry, pain control and safe anaesthesia techniques. . "The breeding centre in ...  >>MORE

Jebel Hafeet biodiversity trail an eye-opener

Posted on 30/08/2014

The Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi (EAD) has discovered hundreds of new species of insects and plants on Jebel Hafeet and in its surrounding wadis in Al Ain, with many of the finds believed to be unique. The presence of these species in a mountainous environment with its abundance of valleys is significant. The discoveries have been made through the Abu Dhabi Terrestrial Baseline Survey, initiated by the EAD in 2012. The survey aims at collecting data about terrestrial biodiversity all year ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo staff undergo training by Jersey's Durrell Conservation Academy

Posted on 29/08/2014

As part of a joint development and training programme, Al Ain Zoo has welcomed top trainers from the Durrell Conservation Academy in Jersey, Channel Islands, to oversee a training course for the zoo's senior keepers. Al Ain Zoo personnel will have the opportunity to better understand the basic principles of taxonomy, animal husbandry requirements and healthcare for reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals. Commenting on the training session, Ghanim Mubarak Al Hajeri, Director General of Al Ain ...  >>MORE

New children’s nursery at Emirates Park Zoo

Posted on 24/08/2014

Children can now get up close and personal with a variety of animals at Emirates Park Zoo thanks to a new children's nursery newly opened on the facility's grounds, say officials. Major General Nasser Lakhrebani Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Emirates Park Zoo, inaugurated the Barney Home Nursery, located within the grounds of the Emirates Park Zoo in Al Shahama, Abu Dhabi. The nursery is the first of its kind in the region, he said. The nursery includes play areas and science and language ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo celebrates Eid Al Fitr with exciting activities and new exhibits

Posted on 27/07/2014

On the occasion of Eid Al Fitr, Al Ain Zoo will be welcoming guests who will enjoy exciting performances and activities that will provide an unforgettable zoo holiday experience throughout the Eid holidays. Visitors of all ages will enjoy these events from 10am to 10pm on the first three days, and from 10am to 8pm on the final day of Eid Al Fitr. Al Ain Zoo will be presenting a ‘Eidiya' for visitors, a gift traditionally offered on the occasion of Eid, with each guest receiving a ...  >>MORE

Ring Tailed Lemurs make their debut at Al Ain Zoo

Posted on 25/07/2014

Al Ain Zoo recently welcomed a family of Lemurs, in collaboration with Al Bustan Zoological Centre in Sharjah. The family of five are the first of their kind at the zoo. These animals, native only to Madagascar, are classified as 'Endangered' on the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of Threatened Species due to their dwindling numbers in the wild. Commenting on the new additions, Muna Al Dhaheri, Chief of Conservation and Education, said, "The new addition of the ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo launches My Hobby programme

Posted on 08/07/2014

Al Ain Zoo, in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Education Council's Sayfuna Mumayaz 2014 campaign, has announced the launch of its latest programme, "My Hobby" (Hiwayati). The programme takes place from Sunday to Wednesday and highlights Al Ain Zoo's commitment to position itself as a leading summer activity centre during the campaign. It is open to 60 students aged between 8-13 years old. The My Hobby summer programme features a number of educational activities and competitions including ...  >>MORE

Endangered hawksbill turtles nest on Sharjah’s Sir Bunair Island

Posted on 04/07/2014

Sharjah's Sir Bunair Island, a tropical habitat for hawksbill sea turtles, is one of 376 rare nesting places of these wonderful creatures.
Sharjah Environment Agency and Natural Research (SEANR), after recording the turtles' hatching cycle, said that the endangered species of turtles — along with their green counterparts – have begun the breeding season.
Hawksbill sea turtles are considered by many to be the most beautiful sea turtles because of their colourful shells and are found ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo receives donation from Dubai International Academy

Posted on 04/07/2014

Al Ain Zoo has received a donation from students at the Dubai International Academy following a two month campaign as part of the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme. During the campaign, the students developed initiatives to assist the zoo in protecting endangered animals. The students coordinated a series of school events where they raised Dh1,500 that were donated to Al Ain Zoo s conservation programme for the Arabian Leopard. Speaking on the occasion, Muna Al Dhaheri, ...  >>MORE

Online platform to boost Arabian Oryx conservation efforts

Posted on 23/06/2014

The General Secretariat for the Conservation of the Arabian Oryx, hosted by the Environment Agency Abu Dhabi, has launched its website www.arabianoryx.org, in a bid to enhance cooperation efforts across the region to help protect the species. The website aims to provide researchers, members of the General Secretariat and the general public with a platform to connect on matters related to the Arabian Oryx. The bi-lingual website features the latest Arabian Oryx statistics, history, physical ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo showcases the endangered Arabian Oryx

Posted on 20/06/2014

Al Ain Zoo has profiled its conservation and breeding efforts related to the Arabian Oryx, while celebrating its successful re-introduction programmes in the U.A.E.. Commenting on the importance of the Arabian Oryx and the Zoo s conservation efforts, Muna Al Dhaheri, Chief of Conservation and Education at Al Ain Zoo, said, "In an effort to continue fulfilling the vision of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Al Ain Zoo has adopted several conservation programmes highly focused on ...  >>MORE

Arabian wolf pups born at Sharjah Desert Park

Posted on 17/06/2014

The Sharjah Desert Park witnessed the birth of three Arabian Wolf pups last winter, the first pups born that year. The Arabian Wildlife Centre recorded the births in captivity early this year when wolves deliver babies in the winter of early spring season, officials said. Normally, wolves have one to four pups per litter in late winter or early spring. The mother wolf was weak after giving birth and remained in her den for two months. She then started taking her pups out for hunting trips ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo to enhance Bird House exhibit

Posted on 10/06/2014

Al Ain Zoo s Bird House is to undergo enhancements during the summer months. The Bird House will be temporarily closed starting from this month until the completion of the renovations. The improvements in the Bird House will include the introduction of a new internal cooling system and animal related educational graphics. The Bird House home to 300 birds of18 different species is divided into two areas. The first area includes numerous types of birds such as the Houbara bustard, the ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed contributes Dh73.4m for wild cats

Posted on 02/06/2014

Wild cats and people living in and around their habitats across the globe will have a better life thanks to a generous contribution from General Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Commander of the U.A.E. Armed Forces and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince. Sheikh Mohamed has pledged to contribute US$20 million (Dh73.4 million) to a collective fund of US$80 million (Dh293.6 million) being established by him and three other environmental philanthropists from China, India and the US. This global ...  >>MORE

Mohammed bin Rashid issues decree establishing six wildlife sanctuaries in Dubai

Posted on 30/05/2014

Reference to Law No. (11) of 2003 on the Establishment of Protected Areas in the Emirate of Dubai, Vice President and Prime Minister, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in his capacity as Ruler of Dubai, has issued Decree No. (22) of 2014 regarding the establishment of six new wildlife sanctuaries in the Emirate of Dubai. Pursuant to the new Decree, the six new wildlife sanctuaries are: Al Ghaf Conservation of Nazwa, Al Marmoum Desert Reserve, Al Wohoosh Desert Conservation ...  >>MORE

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Al Ain Zoo’s expert veterinary team rescues distressed giraffe


Hamdan bin Zayed releases 80 Asian Houbara Bustards


Arabian Oryx thriving at Abu Dhabi sanctuary


Experts convene in Abu Dhabi to develop a framework for conservation of Arabian Tahr


Environment and Protected Areas Authority confiscates four wolves in al-Sabkha district


Al Ain Zoo welcomes reptile new-borns


Endangered Arabian Tahr successfully introduced to Sir Bani Yas island


Come winter, the flamingos are here!


Al Ain Zoo evolves over the years


EAD officially welcomes environment enthusiasts to Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


Fun-filled Arabian-themed activities during Winter Camp at Al Ain Zoo


Sir Bani Yas Island: A haven for endangered Arabian wildlife


Mohamed bin Zayed reintroduction programme releases 100 Nubian Ibex in Jordan


EAD and Chad collaborate on reintroduction of Scimitar Horned Oryx to its natural habitat


ADEC and International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, sign MOU to ensure the future of the U.A.E.’s cultural heritage


United Nations and Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi enhance international cooperation for migratory species of wild animals


New wildlife spotted on Dubai’s ‘green’ desert


Al Ain Zoo celebrates Asian species


Successful breeding streak continues with 110 flamingo chicks at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve


Al Ain Zoo announces fun-filled activities during Eid


Arabian Wildlife Centre in Sharjah Desert Park shows diversity of Arabian fauna


Al Ain Zoo celebrates Carnivore Month


First zoo opens in Ras Al Khaimah


Ministry of Environment signs MoU with Emirates Park Zoo, EAWS


Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi to open three eco-reserves to public


Al Ain Zoo hosts first Arabian Population Management Plan Workshop for Arabian sand cat


Sharjah Environment discusses care of carnivores in captivity


Jebel Hafeet biodiversity trail an eye-opener


Al Ain Zoo staff undergo training by Jersey's Durrell Conservation Academy


New children’s nursery at Emirates Park Zoo


Al Ain Zoo celebrates Eid Al Fitr with exciting activities and new exhibits


Ring Tailed Lemurs make their debut at Al Ain Zoo


Al Ain Zoo launches My Hobby programme


Endangered hawksbill turtles nest on Sharjah’s Sir Bunair Island


Al Ain Zoo receives donation from Dubai International Academy


Online platform to boost Arabian Oryx conservation efforts


Al Ain Zoo showcases the endangered Arabian Oryx


Arabian wolf pups born at Sharjah Desert Park


Al Ain Zoo to enhance Bird House exhibit


Mohamed bin Zayed contributes Dh73.4m for wild cats


Mohammed bin Rashid issues decree establishing six wildlife sanctuaries in Dubai