Nature & Parks Authority, Police, Raid Home of Israeli Arab Lawbreaking Hunter

The Border Police and the Nature and Parks Authority this week signed a joint operations agreement to fight crime in the areas of mutual interest to both organizations.

Watch: Israeli Delegation at Work in Brazil’s Dam Collapse Disaster

To date, 190 people have been rescued. The official death toll at the dam, which collapsed on Friday, stands at 58, with more than 300 still missing.

Earthquake Felt Throughout Israel

An earthquake was felt from Be'er Sheva to Haifa, and all the way to Jerusalem.

Parks Authority, Police, Arrest Druze Who Slaughtered 44 Protected Partridges for Meat

Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.

West Nile Virus-Infected Mosquitoes Found in Samaria

This is not the first case of West Nile virus-infected mosquitoes found in Israel this year.

Israel’s Electric Company Signs Deal with General Electric to Build New Units Near Hadera

The first unit is scheduled to begin production in June 2022; the second is set to begin about six months later.
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Parks Inspector Captures Brown Tang Reproduction in Eilat Bay at Twilight

"You can see a number of different species such as the Koi who feed on reproductive products, and barracuda who attempt to devour the tangs during the breeding process."

Flash Flood Warning for Southern Israel Later This Week – Hikers, Drivers Take Note!

The Israel Nature and Parks Authority has warned hikers not to enter or cross streams and riverbeds – nor should drivers – until water levels from rain in the region recede completely.

Eilat Coral Reef Survives Climate Change, Future Looks Good for Next Generations

"Corals around the world are already suffering mass mortality as a result of anomalously high water temperatures."
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Watch: Sea Turtles Rescued After Injuries From Underwater Explosions in Search for Oil &...

Over a three-day period only 46 sea turtles were found, where normally 250 sea turtles usually swim.

Sustainable ‘Plastics’ on the Horizon

The new sustainable biopolymer technology may one day free the world of its worst pollutant, plastic.

Heavy Rain, Snowfall Raise the Level of Lake Kinneret

The level of the lake at present is still at 17.7 feet (5.4 meters) below its fullest level.

KKL-JNF Offers Aid to US Forest Service with California Wildfires

"We recall the help the U.S. Forest Service provided to us ... in wildfires in Mt. Carmel in 2010 and in the Galilee ... in 2006."

Along the Gaza Border, As Anemones Bloom, Hamas Plans — But God Laughs

The fields and hills around the Gaza Belt region are green once more, and anemones are decorating the area with their scarlet blossoms.
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Maybe Consider Nahal Ayun for your Honeymoon?

The stream originates from the springs in the Marjayoun valley in southern Lebanon.

Locusts Again Invade Israel, This Time from Syria

It's been “a bit annoying” because the locusts “get into your house, your car, your hair.”

Kinneret Rises Above Lower Red Line

This is the first time in two years that the Kinneret's water level has risen above the Lower Red Line.

Watch: Israel Nature Cops Capture Arab Poachers of Protected Songbirds

The protected songbirds were returned to nature following a health examination.

Ten Dolphins Visited Eilat Then Crossed Over to Egypt Without Incident

The false killer whale has been known to approach and offer fish it has caught to humans diving or boating.
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Watch: Kamikaze Wild Donkeys in Negev Mountain Nature Preserve

You must be familiar with the sight of an alley cat who suddenly decides to cross the street at racing speed, just in front...

Smoke Cloud from Arab Villages’ Electronic Waste Fires Hangs over Moshav Shekef

Most shockingly, the waste arrives in the Arab villages from businesses which are responsible for recycling electronic waste.

Cheetah Escapes from Jerusalem’s Biblical Zoo

Seeing as a cheetah can reach the speed of 120 KPH (75 MPH), it's not difficult to imagine what might have happened then to the visitors' demographics at the zoo.

Rising Water at Lake Kinneret Means Good News for Israel

In northern Israel, the groundwater reservoirs are also reported to be “completely filled,” according to the Water Authority.

Earthquake Rattles the Dead Sea

The 3.8 earthquake was at a depth of 1 kilometer, in the southern Dead Sea.

‘Vegetation Fingers’ Could Help Reverse Desertification, Israeli Scientists Say

"We uncovered an instability by which straight desertification fronts develop vegetation fingers that grow backward into bare soil areas."

Israeli Scientists Discover Plastic Pollutants in Mediterranean, Red Sea Marine Life

"By communicating our results to the public, we hope to further enhance public awareness of the actions everyone can take to beat plastic pollution."

Slight Rise in Level of Lake Kinneret (Sea of Galilee)

At present, the water level is just 0.21 meters higher than the historic lowest water level ever measured in the Kinneret.

Dozens of Israeli Families Made Homeless by Fires; Jewish Federation of North America to...

Rivlin: “We have seen events of this kind in development countries and there are usually casualties or loss of life.”

Illegally Trapped Fawn Rescued from Palestinian Authority

The Israeli deer is the only large herbivore left in Israel in large numbers and is in danger of extinction.

Large Gas Discovery at Karish North, Off Northern Israeli Coast

"[This] further demonstrates the attractiveness of our acreage offshore Israel."

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