Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary in Dubai

Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary in Dubai

Ras Al Khor in Dubai is a wetland reserve that stretches over an area of 6.2 square kilometers and is known for attracting a large number of migratory birds due to its salt marshes and mudflats where birds they build their nests.  The most important of them is the flamingo, or what is known as the flamingo, which is located in this area during winter days, and the reserve is home to a number of crustaceans, mammals and fish, including gray herons, large birds, reef grass, cormorants, stilts, sandbirds and much more.

Ras Al Khor Dubai
Ras Al Khor Nature Reserve is a corner of relatively wild nature amidst the noise of cars and sprawling urban infrastructure.  Located, as the name in Arabic suggests, in Ras Al-Khor district, it is one of the few protected urban areas in the world.  Admission is free of charge opening hours are from 9:00 to 16:00 from Thursday to Saturday.  It covers an area of about 2.6 km and was established in 1985 and declared a nature reserve in 1998. Ras Al Khor Nature Reserve expands the coastal wet zone of world importance and has great ecological, scientific and tourist significance and includes 47 species of plants, including mangroves and shrubs, which contributes to the enrichment of biodiversity in the region, and 266 species of animals, and the most important bird species living in it are flamingos and Flamingos are under special supervision of the Department of Marine Environment and Reserves of the Department of Environment of the Municipality of Dubai. About 500 large flamingos have found their home in Ras Al Khor.


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