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Dubai’s Ruler, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum took to Instagram to share an endearing video spending time with birds.

Sheikh Mohammed spent time bird-feeding

By the looks of the video, the Ruler spent time feeding four birds in a closed area with partial sand on the floor. Sheikh Mohammed was shown holding a handful of tiny food items and the birds would follow him to eat. The video has received numerous comments from users praising Sheikh Mohammed and it was reposted by Dubai’s Crown Prince, Sheikh Hamdan too.

Conservation has been an important aspect to UAE rulers

Last year, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Abu Dhabi’s Crown Prince, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan were shown spotting a houbara bird at a land allocated for construction. The rulers ordered for shifting the construction project to protect the bird and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed initiated a rehabilitation project named the International Fund for Houbara Conservation.

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قصه "نفق" أشارككم بما عرفته في دبي بالأمس،، سيدي صاحب السمو الشيخ محمد بن راشد وسيدي صاحب السمو الشيخ محمد بن زايد "الله يحفظهم" وأثناء لقاءهم قبل أسبوع في دبي، وخلال تجوالهم في إحدى الغابات كانت المعدات تعمل على إنجاز نفق لممارسة الرياضة. وعندها لاحظوا وجود "حبارى" ترقد على بيضها في موقع الإنشاء. فأمروا بتحويل موقع العمل بالمشروع إلى الطرف الآخر من الموقع حتى يفقس بيضها. كم نحن محظوظين برعاية الخالق عز وجل في هذا الوطن الغالي ومن ثم حرص قيادته الاستثنائية

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Marmoom conservation was recently launched

Launched in January this year by Sheikh Mohammed, the conservation reserve is home to 39 plant species, 26 reptiles species, nine mammal species, 19 endangered animals and birds and up to 500 flamingos. It’s an unfenced conservation reserve with an area of 40 hectares across Al Qudra lakes, adding to the ecotourism attractions in the city, like the Ras Al Khor wildlife sanctuary.

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