Hula Nature Reserve
Hula Nature Reserve - description
For the first time in history, people can observe wildlife in one of Israel's most important places, the Hula Nature Reserve (Israel Nature and Parks Authority). The Hula Nature Reserve is a special combination of lake and swamp and is one of the most important wetlands for wildlife in the Middle East. The reserve is a remnant of the Hula swamps, which dried up in the XNUMXs. This reserve is known as an important stop for flocks of birds such as gray cranes and pelicans. There are also many mammals, such as jackals, feral pigs, promyka ichneumon and others. The camera was installed and maintained by the Charter Group of Wildlife Ecology (The Shamir Research Institute and the Institute of Geography and Environmental Sciences at the University of Haifa) and funded by a private donor. The camera was placed in full cooperation with the Israel Office for Nature and Parks.
Thank you to webcam operators:
Hula Nature Reserve - live