Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a wetland save prestigious for drawing in transitory feathered creatures in huge numbers. The wetlands have vast quantities of feathered creatures, scavangers, little warm blooded creatures and fish.
Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary speaks to an enclave of relative wild in the midst of twirling movement and sprawling urban framework. Found similarly as the name in Arabic recommends - at the Cape of the Creek, it is among the couple of urban secured regions of the world.
The Dubai Municipality has taken awesome endeavors to secure and save the biodiversity of this sensitive biological system. The wetland has been fenced off from the general population and three birding covers up have been constructed. The winged creature stows away are an initial move towards advancement of more intricate guest instruction offices in the secured territory. WWF UAE Project Office teamed up with Dubai Municipality's Environment Department, in setting up the offices that were supported by the National Bank of Dubai.
Open doors for encountering a common habitat in this quickly developing emirate are limited to the point that the opening of Ras Al Khor to guests is an aid to present and potential nature sweethearts.
By and by there are three birding stows away situated on the border of the asylum open to people in general. Passage is free and work from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday to Thursday.
Ras Al Khor is likewise home to around 500 more noteworthy flamingoes (Phoenicopterus roseus), which has progressed toward becoming something of a mascot for Dubai's Wild Life security program.