Ajloun Woodland Reserve
003- Parks and Reserves
Established in 1988 to conserve forests and reintroduce the Roe Deer, the Ajloun Woodland Reserve occupies 13 square kilometers of woodlands. It is a habitat for oak, pistachio and strawberry trees, and about 190 floral plants. It also provides habitats for badgers, foxes, wild boars, numerous birds, invertebrates, and reptiles. The reserve includes hiking trails, picnic areas, some archaeological sites and old villages, a visitor center, and a forest lodge.
The Ajloun highlands, 40 km northwest of Amman. For details, contact the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN).