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In response to: Snow Leopards descend down to Doyan valley, a place near Gilgit

mushtaqadvocate.ahma [Member]

Doyan valley conservation & development organisation has done a great job,& wwf department has also encourage the community for protecting this kind of rare unique specie of snow leopard but unfortunately there is neither proper financing in this regard nor any specific program to protect this precious wildlife in GB .I request wwf & wcs to take steps to protect all precious wildlife especially snowleopard of Gilgit Baltistan and encourage local community for protection of wildlife with in the their conservation area

 Permalink 09/30/15 @ 23:17

In response to: Chitral’s markhor population now out of danger

muneeb_tahir [Member]

Achievement… (Y)

 Permalink 09/09/15 @ 03:08

In response to: Common leopard sighted in Lalazar, Nathiagali

hisam gilani [Visitor]

I saw a live wild leopard crossing road late last night near nathiagali. It was a beautiful animal and was big in size

 Permalink 08/16/15 @ 22:13

In response to: 15,000 visit Wildlife Park at Lohi Bher every month

Ali Hassan [Visitor]

Can you please tell me about the Lion Safari area,I mean if its open or closed?

 Permalink 07/20/15 @ 01:15

In response to: Pakistan’s Rich Biodiversity Faces Serious Threats

noorulain [Visitor]

biodiversity maintain our eco system

 Permalink 06/21/15 @ 10:51

In response to: Three leopards poisoned, killed in Abbotabad

Sheryar [Visitor]

Very Bad

 Permalink 04/02/15 @ 00:59

In response to: Pakistan’s Rich Biodiversity Faces Serious Threats

Muhammad Salman [Visitor]

Biodiversity provides food for humans. Biodiversity plays important role in making and maintaining ecosystems.

 Permalink 08/30/14 @ 10:45

In response to: Trap and trade

kamran_abid [Member]

Being a Falconer and Falcon lover would love to add and correct some things in this report, i had also got a chance to see those falcons, no doubt falcon foundation and other concerned departments played significant role in saving those falcons, but falcons who not only are the wildest & the proudest of living creatures but are also very sensitive, delicate & fragile in nature they are prone to stress related diseases like asspergiloses etc. during captivity which causes them to die.

What i would like to correct rather add is there were two species of falcons 1-Saker Falcon (falco cherrug)
2-Peregrine Falcon (falco peregrinus calidus.
Saker falcons come to Pakistan from central Asian states, china & Mongolia & peregrines from Siberia.
Saker falcon has been included in the red list of ICUN & peregrine falcon has been excluded from the threatened species list.
Delay in court decision causes increased mortality which could have been prevented by immediate release after the confiscation of these falcons.
Ban is imposed on trapping in 2005 but the people involved in it have family history of trapping still doing and are now called poachers.

 Permalink 07/19/14 @ 07:48

In response to: Leopard dies of injuries caused by ‘chasing mob’

saqibrauf [Visitor]

add som rules and regulation of wildlife.how common people conserve and protect wildlife

 Permalink 06/17/14 @ 07:45

In response to: Pakistan’s Rich Biodiversity Faces Serious Threats

mubshar hussain [Visitor]

biodiversity is very special

 Permalink 05/17/14 @ 05:50

In response to: Rare Pictures: Snow Leopards Caught in Camera Trap

Almas [Visitor]

Snow Leopards are known to traverse the vast Deosai plains as well. Interesting article about Deosai in the new today: http://www.nation.com.pk/columns/25-Apr-2014/deosai-the-land-of-giants

 Permalink 04/25/14 @ 00:29

In response to: Wildlife act undergoes amendments

Ghias ud din [Visitor]

Gentelman I’m please notice your writing about wildlife. But there is no subscription of any animal available eg neil gaye, black buck, and para etc. If they are available please let me know. I would like to buy a pair of Neil Gaye, Para, and Black Buck.

I’ve been looking for Neil Guay since very long. Anybody who has information about it please let me know.

In case of any information please contact me at this number.

 Permalink 04/18/14 @ 07:53

In response to: Project Update: Status and Conservation of Asiatic Black Bear (Ursus theibetanus) in District Mansehra and Kohistan

nab [Visitor]

ASALAM I AM DOING BS.HONS IN ZOOLOGY. I WANT YOUR HELP. I AM MAKING PRESENTATION ON THIS TOPIC OF WILD BEAR SPECIE BROWN N BLACK BEAR. CAN U HLP ME AND CAN SHARE ME YOUR RESEARCH WORK ON THIS TOPIC.

 Permalink 04/08/14 @ 13:44

In response to: WWF-P Chitral rescued Himalayan Lynx (Lynx isabellinus) from Chitral

mohsin ali khan [Visitor]

very nice pic

 Permalink 02/08/14 @ 04:01

In response to: Pakistan Game Fish Association (PGFA) Website Officially Launched

REHMAN UL HAQ [Visitor]

( P G F A VEry good—- PLZ in this site and pgfa LunCHED bY urdu —– REHMAN UL HAQ —- KARCHI PAKISTAN

 Permalink 11/14/13 @ 07:14

In response to: First Common Leopard (Panthera pardus) Radio Collared by WWF-Pakistan

arslan inayeth [Visitor]

iam veterinarian and want to be woked on wild animals

 Permalink 09/26/13 @ 05:17

In response to: First Common Leopard (Panthera pardus) Radio Collared by WWF-Pakistan

arslan inayeth [Visitor]

iam veterinarian and want to be woked on wild animals

 Permalink 09/26/13 @ 05:17

In response to: First Common Leopard (Panthera pardus) Radio Collared by WWF-Pakistan

Mrs.Raza [Visitor]

Hope they keep on tracking it and making the wildlife in pakistan secure

 Permalink 09/16/13 @ 02:10

In response to: Sarus cranes seen in Pakistan after a decade

aftab.mirza [Visitor]

wild life of pakistan trisuertrove for west and others

 Permalink 06/21/12 @ 12:24

In response to: Snow Leopards descend down to Doyan valley, a place near Gilgit

Ikramullah Azzam [Visitor]

Doyan Valley was known as ancient hunting place since Dogra Rajj era before Pakistan has come to being.With the struggle of Doyan Valley Conservation Commette and WWF this ancient hunting place is once again globally emerged.

 Permalink 05/22/12 @ 01:40

In response to: Press release from Snow Leopard Foundation, Pakistan: Three snow leopards snapped in a single capture in Khunjerab National Park

urdu kahani [Visitor]

wildifeofpakistan.com is one of the best website which have all kinds of information for us I want to say admin of this website please keep continue this service for us .

 Permalink 05/17/12 @ 08:51

In response to: Project Update: Status and Conservation of Asiatic Black Bear (Ursus theibetanus) in District Mansehra and Kohistan

FAHAM KHATTAK [Visitor]

SALAM I M MPHILL STUDENT OF ZOOLOGY . I DID MY MASTER DEGREE IN 2011 SPECIALIZATION IN WILD LIFE MANGEMENT AND CONSERVATION , ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR . I HAVE KEEN INTEREST IN CONSERVARTION PROJECTS , I HAVE ALSO WORKED WITH WWF , THREE MONTH INTERNSHIP AT WWF BROWN BEAR PROJECT .CURRENTLY I M PROTECTING THE MOST RARE SPECIE PORCUPINE (HYSTRIX).WE SHOULD PROTECT OUR BIODIVERSITY IF NOT ALL THE WILD ANIMALS WILL BECOME EXTINCT JUST LIKE WOOLLY MAMMOTH .

 Permalink 04/03/12 @ 13:55

In response to: Snow Leopards descend down to Doyan valley, a place near Gilgit

Shamraiz [Visitor]

It must be protected. After all it’s the big cat of Pakistan.

 Permalink 03/27/12 @ 12:26

In response to: Rare whale shark swims into Capital

farah hanif [Visitor]

Amazing and very informative and very much beneficial for students.

 Permalink 03/27/12 @ 03:55

In response to: Five Hazara leopards killed, bodies burnt

Shahid afzal jadoon [Visitor]

Ghandian village is a very beautiful . Villegers people is very nice and honest but doctor is un concious people dr anw im love my village my friends is EJAZ KHAN JADOON ; BABER KHAN JADOON; FIAZ KHAN JADOON SAEED KHAN JADOON

 Permalink 03/01/12 @ 11:32

In response to: Five Hazara leopards killed, bodies burnt

Shahid afzal jadoon [Visitor]

Ghandian village is avery beautiful its people is a vey very loving and hard working people

 Permalink 03/01/12 @ 11:27

In response to: First ever camera trap photograph of Himalayan Lynx (Lynx lynx isabellinus) from Pakistan

Mohsin [Visitor]

ya really great struggle

 Permalink 02/23/12 @ 23:19

In response to: Snow Leopards descend down to Doyan valley, a place near Gilgit

Fahad [Visitor]

Great to listen that We have Snow Leopards and people have started loving them.

 Permalink 02/22/12 @ 04:12

In response to: SNOW LEOPARD SPOTTED IN CHITRAL

hafiz abdur rehman [Visitor]

i want to see this wild cat where it is found?

 Permalink 02/03/12 @ 06:13

In response to: Houbara hunting permits issued to Gulf dignitaries

seengar ali shar advocate [Visitor]

as per the conduct of our rulers /pakistan government the land of the provinceses has bee aoolted to the uae rulers for the purpose of hunting and the illegal licences has been issued to them without any cause. no it has come into observation that there is no any purpose of the uae rulers but they are come to pakistan with the purpose to make the rules as paralize and they are doing the illegal activities such as they are doing the clear violation of the law and order, keeping in view a petition has been filed against them in the honourable high court of sindh with refrence as Aijaz ali versus Government of sindh

 Permalink 12/13/11 @ 02:12

In response to: Wildlife department announces Rs10,000 for catching leopard

muhammad awais [Visitor]

good work done by wild life

 Permalink 12/12/11 @ 11:37

In response to: Pakistan’s Rich Biodiversity Faces Serious Threats

naila [Visitor]

biodiversity is a special for the contry

 Permalink 12/04/11 @ 01:21

In response to: Body of Risso’s dolphin washes ashore in Jiwani

Riffat Nazeer [Visitor]

Keep Your Good Work Up!

 Permalink 11/18/11 @ 11:12

In response to: Whale with missing body parts washes up on Clifton beach

muhammad tahir khan [Visitor]

assalam0 alaikum
plz dear sir mail the details of pak/wild life also pictures etc to me
I will be grateful to u 4 this regard
I am,
Muhammad Tahir Khan
(District Teacher Educator)
Govt;Girls Higher Secondary School
TIBBA SULTAN PUR (MAILSI) VEHARI
Punjab -PAKISTAN

 Permalink 11/13/11 @ 21:53

In response to: Whale with missing body parts washes up on Clifton beach

Ice Coolers [Visitor]

This is an alarming issue. We should find better ways to protect and preserve our nature for our benefit and the benefit of the future generation.

 Permalink 11/09/11 @ 04:01

In response to: Press release from Snow Leopard Foundation, Pakistan: Three snow leopards snapped in a single capture in Khunjerab National Park

Hiram [Visitor]

Ive been meaning to read this and just never got a chance. Its an issue that Im very interested in, I just started reading and Im glad I did. Youre a great blogger, one of the best that Ive seen. This blog definitely has some information on topic that I just wasnt aware of. Thanks for bringing this stuff to light. 00-)

 Permalink 11/04/11 @ 07:13

In response to: Pakistan Game Fish Association (PGFA) Website Officially Launched

SYED RIZWAN AHMED [Visitor]

its very good thing .we have an association
(PGFA)for halthy fishing etc.


 Permalink 08/30/11 @ 02:35

In response to: Big cats are returning to Margalla Hills

MUHAMMAD SOHAIL FAROOQ,SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT ZTBL [Visitor]

I AGREE WITH THE AUTHOR.BIG CATS ARE THERE AND SOME TIMES THESE ARE SEEN IN RESIDENTIAL SECTORS TOO.IT HAPPENED WITH ME DURING 1997 IN WINTER SEASON WHEN TWO BIG CATS ENTERED MY BACK YARD LAWN AND ATTEMPTED TO ATTACK MY PEACOCKS BUT DOG DID HIS BEST TO KEEP THEM AWAY FROM THE BIRDS.I COULD NOT SEE THEM DUE TO DARK AS IT WAS 2.00 AT NIGHT.NEXT DAY I SAW VERY CLEAR FOOT PRINTS IN THE ROSE BED.THAT WAS A BIG SIZE PAW.WE THOUGHT IT MAY BE BIG DOG. YESTERDAY ON 24-07-2011 AT 4.OO MORNING SAME TYPE OF INCIDENT HAPPENED WHEN A LARGE SIZE ,PROBABLY MOTHER AND A SMALLER SIZE PROBABLY KID BROKE THE CAGE OF MY POLISH DUCKS AND KILLED ALL.SIZE OF CAT HAS BEEN ASUMED THROUG SIZE OF FOOT PRINTS FOUND ON SPOT.I DID NOT WITNESSED THE MATTER THROUGH MY EYES.GAURD FROM NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOUR TOLD MY MAMA JEE THAT LISTENED A LOT OF NOISE IN THE MORNING BUT COULD NOT SEE DUE TO DARKNESS.I HAVE SAVED FOOT PRINTS.IF U COULD HELP ME IN IDENTIFYING THE ANIMAL ATTACKING MY BIRDS,PLEASE.MY OFFICE NO IS 051-2840848.SOHAIL.

 Permalink 07/25/11 @ 04:42

In response to: Press release from Snow Leopard Foundation, Pakistan: Three snow leopards snapped in a single capture in Khunjerab National Park

Snow leopards are great animals i really like them, but dangerous, i live in Portugal, here we dont have those kind of animals, only in zoo, but i think that we also have no snow leopard.

 Permalink 07/11/11 @ 11:39

In response to: Turtles found dead at Sandspit Beach

online writer jobs [Visitor]

I’ve read a fairytale about turtles in childhood. It is so sad…

 Permalink 06/24/11 @ 08:27

In response to: Trade blighted by restrictions on animal export

syed masood ul hassan [Visitor]

hello sir

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 Permalink 06/16/11 @ 13:43

In response to: Barasingha (Indian Swamp Deer) found in Pakistan

Mian [Visitor]

All positive but one negative thing :
The good one consist of Bara Singha and your efforts to protect the wildlife in Pakistan and the other one regarding these lines, if i interpret this correctly, “Department was planning to release a large number of pheasants in Doag Talian for shooting next month” then It was not a good sign, you were pushing the people to shoot down the pheasants. May be the specie is not endangered, but in this way you were promoting the hunting of pheasants. May be in this way, we will have only a few number of that pheasants like other endangered species after few decades. It’s a beautiful bird. you could released those pheasants in unpopulated areas or in different forests/ National park………..
SECONDLY, I appreciate the WILDLIFE organisation Pakistan for their efforts to save PAKISTAN’s WILDLIFE………..

 Permalink 06/05/11 @ 21:10

In response to: Injured snow leopard dies after being caught

Mohsin [Visitor]

dont shoot and caught the snow leapord…more,conserve the snow leaport for the betterment of wildlife in pakistan…thanks

 Permalink 06/04/11 @ 12:36

In response to: Shrinking habitat threat to leopards in Galliyat

faiza [Visitor]

your information is very good and helpful plz keep it uppppp…..

 Permalink 05/31/11 @ 11:24

In response to: First ever camera trap photograph of Himalayan Lynx (Lynx lynx isabellinus) from Pakistan

Gilles [Visitor]

Great capture and beautiful animal! Wich a long life for this lynx

 Permalink 05/26/11 @ 14:31

In response to: Shrinking habitat threat to leopards in Galliyat

teeja [Visitor]

good work for the help of wild life GOD will reward the deserving peoples for this!

 Permalink 05/22/11 @ 11:31

In response to: Not a man-eater

Ali Pirzada [Visitor]

Well researched and well written.

The references to Jim Corbett and the British Raj are great reminders that this country was much better and certainly more majestically run in those days.

Like the leopard, we have cornered ou country and brought it down to its knees.

 Permalink 05/18/11 @ 21:21

In response to: Not a man-eater

paguma larvata [Visitor]

Terrible news

 Permalink 05/17/11 @ 19:09

In response to: Pakistan – a dreamland for snake researchers

Nitin Walmiki [Visitor]

First of all thanks
and it is my pleasure to share my comments

Yes,

that is true that most of the area of Pakistan is unexplored.
We [ Researcher] need to be focus on it.
the adjoining area shareing broder with INDIA
Needs to be studied
so that we Indian and Pakistani can share an excellant data of reptilies
which would awake upcoming generation and make them aware about Herpitology.
What we had made or loss is past
But what we can do right now
will make the difference

 Permalink 07/07/10 @ 00:59
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