The Web site for Jordan's nature reserves is: www.rscn.org.jo or www.visitjordan.com. Highlights among Jordan's eight nature reserves: â€¢ Dana in southern Jordan has a chain of valleys and mountains extending from the top of the Rift Valley down to the desert lowlands of Wadi Araba. Dana is home to 703 plant species, 215 different kinds of birds and 38 mammal species, including raptors and ibex. â€¢ Mujib is located within the deep Wadi Mujib gorge that enters the Dead Sea at 410 meters below sea level. It is the lowest altitude nature reserve in the world. Mujib has over 420 plant species, 102 species of migratory birds and 10 species of carnivores, including the red fox, the jackal and mongoose. â€¢ Wadi Rum is dotted with massive mountains, colored in shades of red, yellow and orange. Here you can rent a camel and follow in the footsteps of Lawrence of Arabia or sandboard across the rolling dunes. Spring reveals hundreds of species of wild flowers. â€¢ Shawmari Wildlife Reserve is a breeding center for some of the most endangered and rare wildlife in the Middle East, including the Arabian oryx. Ostriches, onagers and desert gazelle are also rebuilding their populations in this safe haven protected from hunting and habitat destruction. â€¢ Azraq Wetland Oasis is located in the heart of the semi-arid eastern desert. A wide variety of migratory birds stop here each year on routes between Asia and Africa.