The King Salman bin Abdulaziz Royal Reserve (KSRNR) in Hail organized its second festival in Al-Magwa Park.
The festival aimed to introduce the reserve and its most important archaeological sites in the regions: Al-Jawf, Hail, Tabuk, and the northern borders.
These places are located within the protected area of 130,000 square kilometers.
The reserve organized various social events on the sidelines of the festival.
Pioneers of folk art, and plastic artists, participated in the festival.
The reserve allocated a children’s theater, poetry evenings, afforestation, and agriculture activities, as well as a wildlife area.
It also presented an overview of some of the geographical sites in the reserve
The sites are Baght Al-Asmar Al-Gharbi, Al-Amariya and Shuaib Al-Thamiliyah, and Jabba.
The visitors of the festival praised the efforts made by those in charge of the reserve.
The visitors also called for the importance of having some of the festival’s exhibits and specialists to supervise it .
Visitors criticized the description of the lizard by placing an anthropomorphic crawling animal instead of a lizard.
They also criticized putting the definition of the acid plant on the acidosis tree, sorrel, or carpel, and its scientific name is Rumex vicarious.
Visitors demanded the importance of amending notes; So that the current generation of children does not know the exhibits through false information.