The Dubai based Journalist sent an alert to the Dubai Municipality when she came across an injured bird during her walk.
The Crown Prince of Dubai shared a video on his Instagram and said, “Sometimes the little things in life are more than enough.”
Wastewater is not in any way wasted and in fact has given birth to a network of man-made lakes which have become a sanctuary for even migratory birds in Sharjah.
This refers to the article “Arctic ice melting at record speed, triggers concern for animals,” (July 3). Perhaps all that will remain at the end of the saga, if at all, will be these reports of the end of the world that we know. Or rather, the end of our world. Perhaps the climate disasters
An unusually high number of pink flamingos have amassed in the wetlands of southern France along with their offspring.
The research shows that birdsong or rather, nature itself is good for general wellbeing. The article says so. Nature itself could be a panacea for some issues, such as mental problems (“During pandemic, a little bit of birdsong helps,” Dec. 31, Gulf Today).
In a sea of the pandemic, amid a flurry of activity to stem the much-feared and hated coronavirus, some things are simply given the go-by. The remedy is largely medical in nature. Nature itself could be a panacea for some issues, such as mental problems.