The Environment Public Authority (EPA) announced the closure of the Jahra Reserve to the public, marking the end of the season, reports Al-Qabas daily. During the 2022/2023 season, the reserve received 3,000 visitors via online booking. During the visit, they were able to learn about the environmental site and access various environmental observatories.
According to informed sources, thousands of citizens entered the reserve without prior reservation after paying the fees at the entry gate with the knowledge of the EPA’s financial department. This year’s season of visiting the reserve was a great success, with the participation of the embassies of different countries in Kuwait. Hundreds of trees of different types, especially mangroves were planted. The reserve also received thousands of migratory birds, especially eagles, that traveled a long distance during the season of migration from one country to another.
Source- Arab Times.