The Ministry of Environment and Climate Change confirmed that wildlife and camel taming environments are of a sensitive nature that requires protection by prohibiting camel grazing in those environments, especially since the rainfall ratio during the last period has been very low.
The ministry appreciated the farm owners' understanding of prohibiting camel grazing, underscoring their awareness of the significance of conserving Qatar's wildlife.
The ministry has noted today that Environmental Protection Reserves and Wildlife Department's patrols have detected a reported camel grazing infraction in the southern areas of the state of Qatar. It confirmed that this procedure comes according to the enforcement of the ministerial law No. 188 of 2021 that prohibits camel grazing, adding that the necessary legal action has been taken against the violators.
Environmental Protection Reserves and Wildlife Department's patrols are operating around the clock and receive all reports and complaints from the citizens and residents pertaining to any reported encroachments or environmental infractions.
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