A series of photos featuring the vast Iranian territories from the sky.
An initiative intended to protect Persian fallow deer in a western Iranian province has seen the number of the deer rise to 44.
In an opinion piece in Etemad daily, Ali Yachkaschi, a professor of environmental science, looks into how ancient Iranians respected trees and forests.
A patch of heavy fog has enveloped the forested parts of Rasht in northern Iran.
Stunning beauty of dense forests which are enveloped in fog in northern Iran will draw admiration from tourists.
A flock of swans have arrived in Iran to take refuge in the Sorkhrud Lagoon where they can spend winter.
The historical village of Masouleh looks more beautiful when it becomes snowy.
Tashkooh, a burning mountain in southern Iran, absorbs a large number of tourists who rush to the area to see its permanent flames rage on and on and on.
The Golden Eagle which lives in Iran’s mountainous areas does not like human disturbances; when disturbed it leaves the nest.
The Persian Zebra, which is indigenous to the deserts of Iran, is living together with other animals in this protected area.