Israeli Nature Display at UN

An exhibition of 30 nature and landscape photographs taken in Israel has been on display at United Nations headquarters in New York.

By Israel Today Staff |
SNAPSHOT: An impressionist photo captures a moment in time Photo: Israel Nature and Parks Authority

It was produced by the Israel Nature and Parks Authority (IPNA) in collaboration with Israel’s Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon. The fascinating images taken by Israeli photographers highlight the work of the IPNA with themes such as animals threatened with extinction, wild life conservation, water resources, and Mediterranean and Dead Sea preservation efforts.

The presentation provides insight into Israel’s rich natural resources including green forests, sandy beaches, wild animals and the desert. There are a surprisingly large number of impressive landscapes in Israel for such a small country, and many have been declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites including Masada, the Beit Guvrin National Park and the prehistoric caves in the Carmel Mountains.

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