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SPNL’s Wing & Waves Newsletter October 2017

    Please welcome SPNL’s 19th Hima at Anfeh – North Lebanon​​ 22 September 2017  was an important day for SPNL welcoming Anfeh’s municipal council decree to declare the village and its sea as Hima. Read more Hand rearing and releasing of Syrian Woodpecker, a first rehabilitation model of its kind in Lebanon By Ghassan Rmadan-Jaradi & Assad Serhal The Syrian Woodpecker …

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Wing & Waves Newsletter September 2017

#Spring_Photo_Shoot exhibition to promote responsible hunting Under the patronage of the Ministry of the Environment, represented by Lara Samaha, Head of Department of Conservation of Nature Wealth, the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon and the Middle East Sustainable Hunting Center, in partnership with their local and international partners Sayd Magazine, Bioland, Birdfair and BirdLife International, launched the …

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Wing & Waves Newsletter August 2017

Plan To Regulate The Hunting Season And To Protect The Birds In Lebanon! A action plan promoting responsible hunting and tourism was announced Sunday by the Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon (SPNL), under the patronage of President Michel Aoun’s Special Assistant Claudine Aoun Roukoz. The project was launched at the BIOLAND Farm Restaurant in near Batroun. In attendance were …

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Wings and Waves June – July 2017

SPNL’s Wing & Waves Newsletter June – July 2017 No Images? Click here SPNL and ACS will be working together on the symbolic sites of the Shouf Mountain and West Beqaa As part of the MAVA Foundation’s recently launched 2016-2022 strategy, 15 partners in the Mediterranean are collaborating to implement a 6-year programme aimed at conserving Mediterranean Cultural Landscapes (M6 partnership). …

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Wing & Waves Newsletter May 2017

SPNL’s Wing & Waves Newsletter May 2017 No Images? Click here Homat Al Hima – The Way of Life, for Sustainable Development The Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon, in collaboration with the municipality of Kherbet Kanafar, celebrated the “World Migratory Bird Day” under the patronage and the presence of Mrs. Claudine Aoun Roukoz, special advisor of the president …

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Wings & Waves Newsletter April 2017

SPNL’s Wing & Waves Newsletter April 2017 No Images? Click here Celebrate the “World Migratory Bird Day” in Hima Kherbet Kanafar The Society for the Protection of Nature in Lebanon, in collaboration with the municipality of Kherbet Kanafar, invites you to celebrate the “World Migratory Bird Day” under the patronage of Mrs. Claudine Aoun Roukoz, special advisor of the President, in the …

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Wing & Waves Newsletter February – March 2017

Please welcome SPNL’s 18th Hima at Aakoura – Mount Lebanon Wednesday 1st of March was an important day at SPNL. SPNL team welcomed Aakoura mayor who showed interest in conserving its municipal land and developing sustainable development initiatives in collaboration with SPNL Read more #photonotbullet SPNL photo campaign to promote responsible hunting Feel free to use a smartphone or any …

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Wings and Waves January 2017

Himas Ain Zebdeh Kherbet Anafar the Eastern slopes of Shouf Cedars Biosphere Reserve In this film directed by Adonis Khatib Himas Ain Zebdeh Kherbet Anafar highlighted as the eastern slopes of Shouf Cedars Biosphere Reserve. Read more Hima Fakiha weaving carpets with love In this film directed by Adonis Khatib Hima Fakiha is weaving carpets with love. Read more Hima …

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Wings and Waves December 2016

No Images? Click here Happy Holidays from Hima Ma’abourAlAbyad Holiday is a joyful way to escape, From the hectic schedule of life! Here’s wishing you happy holiday, Go on and enjoy with your wife! SPNL AND HIMA COMMUNITIES WISH YOU ALL THE BEST FOR THIS CHRISTMAS AND FOR THE NEW YEAR Read more More than 2000 visitors coming to Hima Anjar during …

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Wings and Waves Oct-Nov 2016

  Impact of conservation efforts on the Syrian Serin at HIMA Anjar By Dr. Ghassan Ramadan Jaradi The Syrian Serin (Serinus syriacus) species is classified as Globally Vulnerable by IUCN because the small population (2500-10000 mature individuals over an area of about 7500 km2) which was once thought to be stable, appears to be declining since 1996. This species occurs …

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