Dr. Muhammad Ali bin Bahaa Al-Din Qurban
National of the Wildlife Center
The center has achieved unprecedented accomplishments in several projects and environmental discoveries, with the participation of national competencies and the collaboration of international experts. Among these achievements is the exploration project of biodiversity in the Red Sea, the discovery of cheetah mummies, and efforts towards their conservation program. The center also worked on increasing the area of protected areas to 30%, registering the Farasan Islands Reserve project with UNESCO. Additionally, the center has prioritized the use of cutting-edge technologies to serve wildlife, protect and enhance it, and develop systems to collect data and create digital maps. Performance indicators reflect the progress of the National Center for Wildlife towards regional leadership, the achievement of national goals, and the transition to a civilized system.
Protecting and developing Wildlife
and biodiversity in terrestrial, coastal, and marine environments sustainably.
Establishing and managing Protected Areas
and conservation centers for endangered species, relocating them to their natural habitats.
Building the Knowledge Base
about wildlife and biodiversity in the Kingdom through field surveys, specialized studies, and the establishment of databases, making them accessible to stakeholders.
Enhancing Community Awareness
in the field of wildlife through guidance, cultural, and media programs.
Promoting Economic Diversity
by contributing to the development of sustainable ecotourism and leveraging genetic resources and ecosystem services.
Encouraging Research and Innovation
In the field of wildlife conservation and development, we collaborate with local and international universities and research centers.