The landscapes in Mujib bring together Madaba’s and Kerak’s wildlife. They feature high mountain peaks and a series of hills and Wadis extending from the escarpment of the Rift Valley to the lowest depression in the Dead Sea, at four hundred and twenty meters below sea level (-420 meters). The mix of plants is made of umbrella thorn, helleborine, crocus, moringa, white willow, terebinth, tamarisk, boxthorn and giant horsetail. In the beds of the Wadis, grow date palm, wild fig, tamarisk and oleander and the Reed bed grows along the river. Mountains and Wadis are a refuge for the Nubian ibex, striped hyena, caracal, rock hyrax, Eurasian badger and the sand partridge, lesser kestrel and Arabian babbler. They are safe haven for the white and black storks, honey buzzards, and Levant sparrow hawks, the lesser kestrel, Bonelli’s eagle, short-toad eagle, long-legged buzzard and Barbary falcon. The cliffs of Wadi Hidan and Rift Valley are marked by the field of rain-fed wheat from the ancient kingdom of Moab.