King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Royal Reserve showcases its falcons at exhibition
King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Royal Reserve Development Authority is participating in the 4th edition of the Saudi International Falcons and Hunting Exhibition for the second time in a row, which kicked off Friday with local and international participation in Mulham, north of Riyadh.
The reserve’s participation aims to raise awareness of the types of falcons available in the reserve.
This is in addition to highlighting the importance of falcons and their role in maintaining ecological balance and biodiversity, their contribution to protecting wildlife and introducing visitors to the reserve’s natural treasures of antiquities, terrain and vegetation cover.
The King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Royal Reserve is the largest in the Middle East and has an amazing geographical diversity of up to 14 species, and a history of different ancient civilizations, which has types of rarest endangered animals, such as the oryx, the bustard, and the gazelle.