It was the fourth time since 1996 that eggs of the critically endangered turtles have hatched on Sentosa.
Birds on the border with our neighbors to the south and the saddening loss of the world’s last-remaining White Rhino.
Several shrike species will pass through Egypt in spring, including the notorious Butcherbird.
Your mid-morning coffee and chocolate break might soon be over
Ambitious young Entomolgist and Jewelry designer Sara Osama, recent winner of the Cairo Design Award in the Jewelry Design category earlier speaks to Egypt Today in about her artistic design resonating from pure nature
Each Egyptian natural reserve is gorgeous in its own way, but those connected to a body of water are just almost magical!
October 9 witnessed the first meeting of Rashid’s development project committee.
Many know that there is a magical oasis in the Western Desert called Siwa, but have you heard of Taghaghien Island?
A video captured the rescue of a whtle stork from a sewage pond in Ras Mohamed National Park, South Sinai, by a bird photographer last week.
On your way to Sharm El-Sheikh, you will be surprised with the small village of Mount El-Tor, less than an hour before you arrive at the Red Sea resort.
Reptiles are one form of life that serves the planet tremendously.
Experience the visual celebration of nature in Siwa’s salty landscapes .
Even though Wadi Degla protectorate is minutes from Maadi, as soon as you step inside it, you will feel as if you have been transported to the heart of nature.
This article is for nature lovers, to show them the hidden beauty that the darkness holds. Some places really need no attractions to be enjoyed.
It is good to know that the weather in Dahab is at its best in this autumn, September through November.
It is not easy being a king; it comes with a great responsibility, but being born a king surely comes with a package that suits the position.
Walking through Qena, in Upper Egypt, this is a common scene, which only goes to show that tranquility is best found where one is not concerned with everyday complexities.
This photo was captured in Kenya by Egyptian eyes. Africa hosts an amazing wild life. No matter where you land, you always move through breathtaking scenery.
A botanic garden on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol is expecting a stinky first in coming days as a trio of so-called corpse flowers is due to open and release.
Camels, surviving on natural herbs and trees, are wonderful animals for what they offer to nature and to human beings.