Moments at Al Ma'wa for Nature and Wildlife

(Photos: Osama Al Sharif/ Jordan News)
AMMAN — Al Ma'wa for Nature and Wildlife, a unique wildlife reserve in Ajloun, 60km north of Amman, that is open to the public. اضافة اعلان

Established in 2011, this reserve is a partnership between the Princess Alia Foundation and Four Paws. The primary objective of the sanctuary is to rescue and rehabilitate injured and orphaned native wildlife and to provide a permanent home for species unable to survive in the wild. 

Enclosures in the 1,200 dunum sanctuary ensure that animals have enough space and appropriate conditions that best suit their natural needs. 

Al Ma'wa currently houses 34 rescued animals, including bears, hyenas, lions, monkeys, tigers, wolves, and baboons. Animals that cannot be sent back to their country of origin or released into the wild find a permanent home at Al Ma'wa for Nature and Wildlife

To know more about the reserve and its animals, visit their website.

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