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The Arazim Valley is an open area with diverse habitats. Site number 100 in the urban nature infrastructure survey
Givat Mesoa, Streets near: through Yitzhak Modai, through Aaron Shulov.
Protective area, rich with water and fixed, and cultural and natural vegetation, wildlife. Site survey number 131 Urban Nature infrastructure
Botanic Gardens Valley
Nayot, The area south of the Botanical Gardens, from Sacher Park to the Gazelle Valley. Adjacent streets include Bezalel Bezeq, Harav Herzog and David Zvi Pinkas.
Closed valley under the authority of the Botanical Gardens. Urban Nature Survey Site No 69.
Forgiveness Porcupines at Dania
Ramat Dania, Near Penn Street
Forgiveness is linked to a residential building in an abandoned nursery. Site survey number 127 Urban Nature infrastructure
Jerusalem Bird Observatory
Kiryat HaLe'um, Between Sachar Park and the Rose Garden, near Rothschild Blvd.
A unique educational urban nature site, with natural habitats and a permanent water source.
Musrara, Near Mea Shearim and the Russian Compound. Adjacent streets include The Street of the Prophets, Shivtei Yisrael and Cheil Hahandasa.
Rooftops in this oldneighborhood serve as significant nesting grounds for colonies of birds such as the red kestrel, swifts, and crows
South of the stronghold of Zion, the Mount and the Dome of the university selects (small engraved Dome), adjacent to Highway 395.
River is rich in flora and fauna. Site survey number 142 Urban Nature infrastructure
Nachal Ein Kara
Ein Kerem, The neighborhood Rashdrot Herzl (near Mount Herzl.)
Each type of activity with little infrastructure at the Jerusalem Forest. Site survey number 117 Urban Nature infrastructure
Ramot, West neighborhood, close to Golda the Poet Street.
Wide natural range outskirts. Site number 97 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
Nahalat Shiva, City Center, Adjacent streets include Yoel Moshe Solomon, Nahlat Shiva and Shamai Streets.
The main attractions at this site are the lesser kestrels and the common swifts that nest in the rooftops of buildings.