A bird's eye view of Sharjah.
PHOTO BY ARCHIVE
DUBAI – With winter approaching, the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah has issued a fresh warning to residents planning nature trips in the emirate.
According to the authority, residents must not hunt wild animals or destroy their habitat and other ecological sites. Anyone caught breaking this rule will be fined up to Dh10,000.
Littering in Sharjah and its wilderness will also result in a fine of Dh2,000.
Those planning to have a barbecue in the desert and other non-designated barbecue areas should make sure they do not leave behind their garbage, including used charcoal.
The authority said that residents can wait until the charcoal is cool before placing it a trash bag and disposing of it safely. ICA/Expat Media
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