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Dubai is not just a desirable hotspot for millions of tourists each year — it's the destination of choice for tens of thousands of migrating birds. In the wetlands, just meters away from the busy city, you'll find the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. Translated as ‘Cape of the Creek,' Ras Al Khor sits at the mouth of Dubai's Creek and is among the few protected urban areas in the world. There are three bird reserves located on the perimeter of the sanctuary, but it's the flamingos that steal the show in winter. Look closer among the mass of pink feathers and it's possible to spot gray herons, great egrets, reef herons, cormorants, black-winged stilts, sandpipers, osprey and so much more. This wildlife haven covers an area of 6km and features a combination of salt flats, intertidal mudflats, mangroves, and lagoons. It's this precious environment that supports more than 20,000 water birds and 67 species, a critical staging ground for the wintering birds of the East African to West Asian Flyway. The site is also home to more than 500 species of flora and fauna and is one of the best-managed arid wetland zones in the region.
-Entry and enjoying the Sanctuary.
-Destroying geological formation.
-Introducing alien species/materials.
-Collecting any living creatures.
-Parking outside the designated area.
-Polluting any soil/water/air in any way.