Wildlife and Humans – Conflict Alongside Coexistence
Wild boar on the streets of Haifa, jackals in the fields of Hefer Valley, hyaenas in the Jerusalem Hills, rock hyraxes on Mt. Carmel… The conflict of coexistence between humans and wildlife reached a multi-participant, in-depth discussion at Ramat Hanadiv, aiming to find creative ways to allow coexistence in the city, agriculture and nature
Ramat Hanadiv and the Lesser Kestrel (Falco naumanni)
Acceptance, rehabilitation and release of chicks and fledglings at Ramat Hanadiv
WHY ARE THE VULTURES IN A CAGE?
High above the Kabbara Stream in Ramat Hanadiv’s Nature Park stands a large breeding cage. It is part of a project to increase the vulture population in Israel which began in the Carmel in 1992 in partnership with other nature organisations. The project nurtures baby vultures in captivity under carefully monitored conditions and then releases them ...