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Adventure in Wadi Khreitoun
by Leyla Zuaiter At 8 am on a June morning, the couple dozen students participating in the Palestine Wildlife Society...
 
Paltour news
20.10.2006
       
       
 
Birder's Paradise...
By Fajer Harb Fajer@palnet.com Birdwatching (Birding) may seem to many Palestinians like a strange activity and even a...
 
This Week In Palestine
23.09.2006
       
       
 
Wadi al-Qilt - St. George Monastery
Wadi (Valley) al-Qilt stretches from the suburbs of Jerusalem in the west to Jericho and Jordan River in the east. All along...
 
This Week In Palestine
23.09.2006
       
       
 
Wadi Khreitoun
The Khreitoun Valley starts 7 kms southeast of Bethlehem, 1 km south of mount Herodion. The area was inhabited during the...
 
Toine Van Teeffelen
18.07.2006
       
       
 
Reflections on Spring in Palestine
Spring: narcissus and iris, anemone and lupine, cyclamen and tulip, daisies and buttercups, hundreds of flowers, all...
 
This Week In Palestine
20.06.2006
       
       
 
Palestine Flowers: Indigenous Symbols of Strength...
By Lucy Nusseibeh Palestine is one of the richest countries in the world for its variety of wildflowers; there are...
 
This Week In Palestine
02.06.2006
       
       
 
The Rich Flavours of Palestine
By Mai M. Farsakh Travelling through Palestine, one is overwhelmed by its diversity in surrounds and flavours. Palestine...
 
This Week In Palestine
02.06.2006
       
       
 
The Jericho Wildlife Monitoring Station
by: Palestine Wildlife Society Palestine is considered one of the most important places for monitoring bird migration in...
 
This Week In Palestine
14.05.2006
       
       
 
Palestinians and Traditional Ecological Knowledge
This Week in Palestine December 2005 By Sami Backleh For a while it seems to be a complex term. One may ask, what...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
Wadi Muqlaq Monk caves, eternal silence and a...
This Week in Palestine October 2006 By Johannes Zang Telling my Palestinian friends we want to hike in Wadi Muqlaq,...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
The Extinct Mammals of Palestine
This Week in Palestine September 2005 By Sami Backleh More than 100 species of mammals in Palestine had been recorded...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
Wadi Qilt: Nature, Culture and Religion
By Johannes Zang This Week in Palestine August 2005 Hiking was presumably invented in Germany in the 19th century....
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
Owls in Palestine
By Sami Backleh This Week in Palestine August 2005 Owls, along with eagles, falcons and vultures, represent a group...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
Mar Saba Monastery A place where culture and...
By Sami Backleh Mar Saba is a Byzantine Monastery that lies within the boundaries of the Jerusalem Wilderness Area...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       
       
 
Dead Sea Sparrow
By Sami Backleh This Week in Palestine April 2005 The male Dead Sea sparrow is considered the smallest and most...
 
This Week In Palestine
25.02.2006
       

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