For thousands of years, bogs secured the majority of the Hula Valley and served as a home for countless moving fowls and numerous sorts of uncommon plants and fish. Emulating the waste and drying task, started in 1951, in which 14,800 sections of land of swampland were emptied to free land for horticulture, it was chosen to safeguard a little zone of around 790 sections of land of swampland as the first nature hold in Israel and a standout amongst the most imperative, especially for those intrigued by winged creature viewing.
Amid the movement seasons, from Africa to Europe in the spring and from Europe to Africa in the harvest time, the Hula Valley, a piece of the more extended Jordan valley, serves as a travel course for moving winged creatures, and the Hula marshes are a travel stop for a large number of cranes, pelicans storks and different sorts of fowls of prey.
A stroll through the Hula Valley gives a life-changing knowledge amid these seasons. Guests first enter the Visitors Center, a historical center in which a three dimensional film introduces the Hula Valley verdure both in the past and in the present. Emulating a visit to the exhibition hall, we enter the store and stroll for around a kilometer and a half along open to strolling ways, some of which are extensions over marshes, prompting seven perception towers. Looking down into the marsh from the scaffolds, we can see turtles sunning themselves on the stones, extensive quantities of catfish which have turned into the overwhelming fish species, and nutrias, remainders of an endeavor to set up a hide industry utilizing the skins of these water-adoring rodents which were foreign made to Israel amid the 1950s from South Africa.
Maybe the best piece of the visit in the relocating seasons is the vast number of ducks, herons, cormorants and pelicans, seen close-up with the binoculars which can be leased at the Visitors Center or the telescopes which are scattered all through the store. From a far, we can watch the crowd of wild ox, fed by the vegetation, which keep up the character of the open brushing land in the store.
As the years passed by, it got to be clear that the peat which lay under the incredible bog was not extremely ripe and that inner flames had a tendency to break out underneath it. The peat was rich in natural mixes which discovered their route into the Jordan waterway and streamed into the ocean of Galilee, a standout amongst the most paramount water wellsprings of Israel, and this prompted the blooming of green growth which hurt the nature of the water in the lake. Moreover, the east winds in the valley lifted the dry peat into the air, bringing about dust storms. Along these lines, it was at last chosen to reproduce Hula Valley.