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Protected Areas

Harrat al Harrah


Consisting of desert steppe and volcanic rock jebels, 

this vast reserve of (13,775 square kilometers) 

was the first protected Area to be established in Saudi Arabia. 

It is home to the Endangered Arabian and Sand Gazelles

 and offers wintering and breeding grounds for the Houbara,

 Bustard, Cream- Colored Courser, Dotterel, GoldenEagle, 

and a wide variety of other birdlife including nine species of larks

The Arabian Wolf and Desert Sand Cat also inhabit the reserve. Reintroduction of Arabian Oryx and Ostrich is planned.​​

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