Dibbin Nature Reserve
003- Parks and Reserves
Established in 2004 to conserve forests, the Dibbin Nature Reserve occupies eight square kilometers of woodlands. It is a habitat for oak and pine trees, the tawny owl, Syrian woodpecker, Persian squirrel, and other wildlife. The reserve includes picnic areas and a rest house.
South of Jerash. For details, contact the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN).