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Pakistan's incredibly diverse environment from the highest mountains on earth to burning deserts, rich plains, endless rivers and 1050 km coastline supports more than 700 species of resident and migrant birds.

The Suleiman Range, Hindu Kush, and Himalaya in NWFP and Azad Kashmir comprise part of the Western Himalayan Endemic Bird Area; this is a global centre of bird endemism with 10 restricted range species in Pakistan. The Indus valley wetlands constitute a secondary area of endemism, with one restricted range.

We at the Birdwatchers club of Pakistan would like to welcome everyone with an interest in the avifauna of Pakistan and the neighboring countries. Please feel free to browse through our website and enjoy your stay!

 -- The Birdwatchers Club of Pakistan Members

Features


Birds of Lahore - Sustainers of City’s Biodiversity (new)
Uzma Saeed, Conservation Officer, WWF writes an excellent article on the avifauna of Lahore read more>

International Visitors: Birds Come Flying In
BCP member S.A.J Shirazi, puts his pen down to welcome the migratory guests that visit Pakistan each year read more>
 


Top Birding Hot Spots in Pakistan
We have compiled a list of the top birding hot spots in Pakistan read more> (updated)

Top 10 Birding Books in Pakistan
A list of literature for everyone who is interested in the fauna of Pakistan read more>

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