Releasing 160 partridges in Sulaymaniyah

In a move to make the environment more beautiful and to save the animal from extinction, on Sunday, 160 partridges were released into the wild in the Sharabazher town, 37 km northeast of Sulaymaniyah in the presence of government and party officials, and a crowd of bird lovers.

 

Partridges are one of the best types of non-flying birds that live in mountainous areas. Kurdistan's mountainous regions are famous for having this bird. 

 

The partridge is the Kurdish national bird and it is called "Kaw" in Kurdish

 

 

Photo Credit: Mariwan Qaradaghi

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