The Jordanian Sports Hunting Association, with the support of the Royal Farms and the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature, has set up an activity to release the shinnar bird into nature as part of its series of launches since the beginning of its establishment.
This is the seventh activity since the establishment of the association and the release of more than 5,000 snarls since its establishment.
As the activity included several shooting areas, pictures were published in one area due to the protection of this area by the people of the area from the violating fishermen, and we reserved the publication of pictures of the rest of the areas.
We ask our honorable fishermen brothers to adhere to the hunting schedule issued by the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature to allow these initiatives to succeed and to benefit from it in the future and to allow the snarler to reproduce and reach its natural level in the Jordanian nature.
Many thanks to the Royal Farms, the Royal Society for the Protection of Print and Jordan Television for covering this event, and to the municipality and the local council of the areas in which we launched.
The Jordanian Sports Hunting Association works silently and lovingly to serve the country, the environment and nature