Tag Archives: Ammiq

APU rescues swarm of storks from potential killing

Based on a tipoff from sustainable hunters saying that a flock of storks had landed in the Western Bekaa locality of ​​Safra, between Qob Elias and Ammiq, and that it might be killed by a known group of poachers, the anti-poaching unit (APU), affiliated with the Middle East Sustainable Hunting Center and SPNL, moved in after having informed the Lebanese …

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Three new breeding records for Lebanon

While working on an environmental micro-project funded by the Agence Francais de Developpement (AFD) and the French Facility for Global Environment (FFEM), SPNL’s project manager Maher Osta with the help of our partner in Mansoura (West Beqaa) Izzat Taha, successfully documented a very exciting find: Four species of wetland birds from the heron family were breeding successfully on a small …

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News in Photos: A flock of starlings – Ammiq Wetland

        A flock of starlings is seen as they perform their traditional dance fly before landing to sleep during the sunset near Ammiq Wetland, Bekaa Valley. PHOTO / GHASSAN JARADI

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