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Dibbeen Reserve


The Dibbeen Forest Reserve extends over an area of 8 km2 and provides an important habitat for many locally and globally endangered species. It is the south-western geographical limit for the indigenous Aleppo pine, as well as the driest area in which these trees grow naturally. Home to the Persian Squirrel and the best remaining Jordanian habitat for the Stone Martin, the Reserve supports at least 17 endangered species of mammals, reptiles, birds and plants, including several rare orchids. Recommended to be combined with Jerash or Ajloun when you visit Jordan.

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