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Hula Nature Reserve

 

This wetland is home to tens of thousands of aquatic birds. Storks, cranes, pelicans and flamingos are a familiar sight at the Hula Nature Reserve. Most of them are migrating, however, more and more birds are staying at the reserve year-round.

http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Society_&_Culture/geo/Hula.html
Hula Project – californiawaterblog.com

 

Bird Migration
Bird Migration

The Oforia Visitors Center

The Oforia  provides authentic dioramas, 3D movie and interactive quiz – perfect activities for a family visit the the Hula.

Oforia
Oforia
Oforia - diorama
Oforia – diorama
visitors.oforia
visitors.oforia

 

Swamp Trail

Swamp Trail
Swamp Trail
Lotus
Lotus
Swamp Trail
Swamp Trail
Water Buffalo Lookout
Water Buffalo Lookout

 

Floating Trail

Floating Trail
Floating Trail
Floating Trail
Floating Trail
Floating Trail
Floating Trail – Turtles
Floating Trail
Floating Trail – Papyrus
Floating Trail
Nutria – Coypu also known as the river rat 

The nutria is also known as the river rat.

 

Hideaway

Hula Nature Reserve
Hula Nature Reserve
Catfish
Catfish

 

 Observation Tower

Observation Tower
Observation Tower

 

 

How to get there: On the Rosh Pina-Kiryat Shmona road (no. 90), turn east 3 km after the Yesud Hama‘ala junction

Length of tour: 1-1.5 hours

Best season: Year-round, each season with its special attractions

Other facilities: Souvenir and book store, picnic area

Hours: Year-round: 8 A.M.-4 P.M; exit by 5 P.M.   Fridays and holiday eves: 8 A.M.

Phone:

  • 04-693-7069
  • 04-686-0114 (reservations for Oforia)

Entrance Fee:

Level of difficulty: Easy, Wheelchair-users and Walkers. All trails and lookouts, including the prime attraction–the swamp trail–are wheelchair-accessible.

Pets: No entrance to dogs

 

 

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