Sebri

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Sebri is a village in the Roudab district of Sabzevar, Khorasan Razavi Province, Iran.
This village is located in Kuh-e Homayi village and according to the 2006 census, its population was 48 people (15 families).

With the beginning of the autumn season, tourism in this beautiful desert will flourish again. The pleasant weather of this season, willingly or unwillingly, invites many tourists to watch the starry nights of the desert.

کویر صبری
  • mammals

    Deer, whole goats, rams, wolves, foxes, hyenas, rabbits and feral cats

  • birds

    Anghout, Bagherghereh , Bustard , tihuo, partridges, desert ravens and desert eagles

  • Vegetation

    Skambil, Kalpoure, Qich, turmeric, tagh, Neter and in the sand dunes cow tail and basket

  • Reptiles

    Horned viper, parsley snake and snake and tortoise

  • See a variety of crawling animals and 4 feet
  • See very beautiful natural rocks
  • Familiarity with nomadic people or surrounding villages
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    Lamb deer

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    wren smoked head

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    Fox

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    bustard

  • Familiarity with the types of plants found only in the desert
  • Watch the spectacular and indescribable view of the night sky and the stars that are more beautiful than ever.

Vegetation – Basket

The basket plays a key role in creating the region’s nebkas. Bird vegetation and caravans are abundant along the canals. Tulips are used by locals to treat heartburn. So far, about 670 species of deer, goats, sheep and rams have been identified in the region.

Due to various natural features such as diverse vegetation and animal life, Parvand limestone cave, limestone aquifers, 400 year old juniper tree and proximity to Khartouran desert, Parvand no-hunting area has the necessary capabilities to become an active ecotourism hub. Which needs to provide basic infrastructure such as security, proper communication and accommodation-catering facilities.

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