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National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development

National Commission for Wildlife Conservation and Development

The Prince Saud al-Faisal Wildlife Research Center was established in 1986. Situated southeast of the city of Taif in the foothills of the Sarawat Mountains, the PSFWRC is responsible for the captive breeding and the reintroduction of some key wildlife species in Saudi Arabia. These include the Asian houbara bustard, the Arabian oryx and the red-necked ostrich. All of these species have been reintroduced into one or more of the Kingdom’s Protected Areas. In 2008 the Center began a captive breeding of Arabian leopard that, after some initial challenges, is now succeeding. Along with the monitoring of reintroduced populations, the PSAWRC conducts several research projects, some of which involve international cooperation. The Center is also involved with public awareness programs and we hope that this website will contribute to the promotion of wildlife conservation in the Kingdom.
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