The Blond or Desert Crow is a bird from the Crow family. This bird has many differences with other relatives of crows, such that it can be noted for its terrestrial so that even when alarmed it prefers to run and not fly. Having a good voice and buff terracotta is another feature of this bird.

The first session of excavations at the Takhchar Abad Hills was done in 2009 which led to the identification of an adobe building, which was completely filled with alternating layers of stone and brick and where the monument was covered with sand from public view.

With the official opening of the Iranian Pavilion, the unveiling of Posters and Videos of the Esfahak Project, to the visitors.

In the ranking conducted by the Cultural Heritages, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Iran, the County of South Khorasan in two parts: General and Specialized Indexes achieved first rank in 1394 among 31 Counties of the Country.

A Clay Pot and a Kohl Bar of Metal from the Islamic era have been restored at the Restoration Lab of Cultural Heritages, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration.

The Supervisor of the Cultural Heritages, Handicrafts and Tourism Agency gave information that the five Old Cypress Trees have been recorded on the National Natural Heritage List of the Country and said: “The Cypress Tree of the Village of Estand, the Cypress Tree of the Village of Mohammad Abad, the Cypress Tree of the Village of Moulid, the Cypress Tree of the Village of Esfad and the Cypress Tree of the Village of Shirg are the five Old Cypress Trees which have recently been recorded on National Natural Heritage List of the Country”.

Archeological Earthen Pottery from the Islamic era has been cleaned, preserved and strengthened at the Restoration Lab of the Administration of Cultural Heritages, Handicrafts and Tourism of South Khorasan.

From a report of the Public Relations Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of South Khorasan, the expert for Registering Natural Heritages in this Administration said: “After reviewing the Record and Policy of the Natural Heritage Committee which was held in Tehran on the 18th November, 2015 the Old Walnut Tree of Vorenjan was recorded on the List of National Natural Heritage”.

From a report of the Public Relations Department of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Administration of South Khorasan, the expert for the Registration of Natural Heritages in this Administration said: “After reviewing the Records and Policy of the Natural Heritage Committee which was held in Tehran on the 18/11/2015 the Old Cypress Tree of Moulid was Registered on the List of the National Natural Heritages”.

The Second Conference of National Archaeology of Iran in cooperation with the Administration of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism of Khorasan Razavi, South Khorasan and the University of Birjand was held in the auditorium of the Great Museum of Khorasan which is located in Mashhad in the Boustan e Golestan, with the participation of Scholars, Researchers, Professors and Students of Archeology of the Country and took place for two days on the 18th and 19th November, 2015.