Gamla nature reserve
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The nature reserve has two streams - the Gamla stream and the Daliot stream - the highest waterfall in Israel and the Israeli occupied territories (51 meters high), a Dolmen field containing about 700 dolmens, the largest nesting colony of griffon vultures in Israel and the Israeli occupied territories, a variety of wild life and different wild plants - especially birds of prey as well as the ancient city of Gamla.
The reserve also has a monument for the Jewish Golan Heights settlers who were killed during the Israeli wars and as a result of terror attacks. The reserve also has remains of an ancient village from the Byzantine period.
- Gamla nature reserve at the Israeli Parks Authority site
- Eagles' nest: Gamla nature reserve at Ynetnews
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