If you pay attention, you can see or hear a wide variety of birds, especially in migration season.
An annual program designed to protect our avian friends kicks off later this month.
Wildlife protection groups are decrying the proposal as an attempt to gut a century-old law that protects birds, while industry groups say they have long been hamstrung by the threat of legal action.
Every year, some 2.6 million birds are shot or die after being trapped in illegal nets in Lebanon. "This country is a black hole in terms of protection," says a conservationist.