Releasing the largest diversity of wildlife in Sharaan reserve

The CEO of the National Center for Wildlife Development, Dr. Muhammad Qurban, and the CEO of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula Governorate, Amr Al-Madani, launched the largest release of endangered wildlife in terms of the number of species, in the Sharaan Reserve in Al-Ula, and a number of officials, NGOs and citizens participated in the launch ceremony. In Al-Ula governorate, the launch aims to restore the local wildlife that used to spread in the region, and today 25 heads of mountain goats, 50 heads of reem antelopes, 20 heads of human antelopes and 10 heads of Arabian Oryx (Al-Wadaihi) were released in the Sharaan Reserve of the Royal Commission for Al-Ula.

Qurban explained that the cooperation between the parties related to the preservation of wildlife and biological diversity supports the process of preserving the national natural heritage in accordance with the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, and in implementation of sound directives to preserve the environment and its natural components, and to achieve the principle of sustainable development and the development of natural wealth and its biological diversity, and to benefit from it in a sustainable manner that supports Environmental, tourism and recreational acquisitions in the region, ensuring its vitality and continuity for the benefit of present and future generations.


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