King Abdulaziz Royal Reserve participates in Saudi international falconry event
The King Abdulaziz Royal Reserve is to participate in the Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition for the second year in a row, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The fourth edition of the event will take place at the Saudi Falcons Club headquarters in Malham, north of Riyadh, from Thursday until Sept. 3.
The reserve, launched in 2018 to protect vulnerable and endangered plant and animal species while also providing access to the environment and natural resources, plays a key role in improving quality of life and achieving environmental sustainability in line with Vision 2030 goals.
By taking part in the exhibition, reserve officials aim to strengthen a culture of interest in biodiversity and ecological balance and support efforts to combat climate change and reduce desertification.
They also hope to contribute to achieving the Saudi Green Initiative target of planting 10 billion trees throughout the Kingdom.