Photographer Fouad Itani

My name is Fouad Itani and I was born in 1981 in Beirut, Lebanon. During my childhood, I used to accompany my father on his hunting trips and ever since then I’ve developed a strong fascination for nature and wildlife. At the age of 25, I set foot for the first time

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Photographer Mohamed Ali Haimour

My name is Mohamed Ali Haimour, and I was born in the town of Jeb Jennine. Since I can remember I’ve always had a love for nature. As a child, I would watch in fascination the birds soaring in the wind. I’m now a professional Engineer and I’ve spent almost

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Lebanese Birds Captured In Ways You’ve Never Seen Before

This is just a typical day in the life of Mohamed Haimour, SPNL guest photographer. He uses his patience to build trust between him and the majestic birds of his homeland, Lebanon. We think you’ll agree his photographs are simply stunning. A Crow Chasing a Hawk Photo Credit:

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Rare monk seal found in Raouche

‎Operation Big Blue rescue team with Hamza Sleit – Head of Jal el Baher Fishermen Port, documented on May 27th 2017, a rare monk seal in Raouche. Mediterranean Monk Seals can live up to 50 years and they give birth to 80 cm long pups. These animals were very common in

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News in Photos: 17 Bird Mothers with Their Chicklings

There’s nothing like the love of a mother. They care for their little ones so much, that they sometimes have to sacrifice comfort, energy, time, and also themselves, so that they can follow their duty in the best way possible. This does not only exist in human beings,

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News in Photos: Anjar Mountain Trail Run

Occurred in 21 of May, Anjar Mountain Trail Run, was a race of 6 Km in length, it was organised by a team of 8 people under the support of the municipality of Anjar and HMEM, there were also 44 young people helping us during the race. Almost 95% of the race was on the […]

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HOMAT ALHIMA FOR THE ARCHIPELAGOS OF TRIPOLI

Lebanese city Tripoli, holds a string of four small islands offshore (ARCHIPELAGOS). The Palm Islands were declared a protected area because of their status of haven for endangered loggerhead turtles (Chelona mydas), rare monk seals and migratory birds. Several globally

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