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Jerusalem Bird Observatory

s of nature and are free and open to the public whenever the building is open.Birdwatching in JerusalemThe Israeli government allocated the JBO a one-acre plot (5,000 square meters) of prime real estate, between the Knesset (the Israeli parliament) and the Supreme Court. The site is one of the few t

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The sand stays in Holon

9, 2013 A new large-scale building plan aims to authorize 13,700 housing units, a sports campus and public buildings on a 4,000 Dunam (990 acre) area that is home to rare sand dunes- an important natural habitat. The sand dunes are rare natural resource, both on a local and national level

http://www.natureisrael.org/News/The-sand-stays-in-Holon

Sustainable Urbanism going National

Sustainable Urbanism going National December 20, 2015 The Akko (Acre) Convention on Urbanism, held on17-19 November, was the preliminary response to UN HABITAT – the global agency responsible for Human shelter and habitat - for all its members to develop and implement a

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Hiking Suggestions: Pesach Holiday

was the site of one of Israel’s largest landfills. Now rehabilitated as a beautiful park and environmental education center, it is now a 2,000 acre green lung for Tel Aviv and the surrounding metropolis, full of different hiking trails of all lengths and difficulties. For more information abo

http://www.natureisrael.org/Explore-Natural-Israel/Hiking-Suggestions

Gazelle Valley Park Two Years On: A Green Lung, Diverse Nature Hub and So Much More

plished in this historic Jerusalem park in such a short amount of time. For starters, there are now 24 gazelles roaming the park’s expansive 61-acre grounds. This number includes eight fawns, which is a very positive sign according to SPNI's Volunteers and Community Coordinator for the JBO and

http://www.natureisrael.org/News/Gazelle-Valley-Park-Two-Years-On-A-Green-Lung-Diverse-Nature-Hub-and-So-Much-More