Jerusalem Park Aims to Host Wildlife, Coexistence

July 19, 2015 10:07 AM
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Israeli environmentalists say an unconventional nature park they recently opened in Jerusalem can be a model for Israel and other nations in how to sustain wildlife in urban settings. Gazelle Valley Park is home to endangered mountain gazelles, considered by many Israelis to be an unofficial symbol of their country. VOA's Michael Lipin recently visited the urban wildlife site and spoke to several activists who fought an almost two-decade long battle to establish it.