This is the first ever camera trap photograph of Eurasian/Himalayan Lynx (Lynx lynx isabellinus)from Pakistan. This picture was taken by Mr. Jaffar Ud-Din (ISLT Field Biologist, Snow leopard Conservation Program
Pakistan) during his ground breaking work on the Snow Leopard and Himalayan Lynx in Chitral district. Many thanks to him for sharing this amazing picture with all of us.
Rare Indus dolphin rescued and tagged in Pakistan
Tagged Indus dolphin reveals they can cross barrages
Indus River dolphin being rescued and fitter with a satellite tag. Credit EAD
SWD encounters taxidermy at its worst
Text and photos by Amar Guriro
KARACHI: The Sindh Wildlife Department team has recovered a huge consignment of stuffed animals, including monkeys, peacocks and hides of protected animals including lion, zebra and Indian otters from two different shops owned by two famous taxidermists during routine raids.
Vast scatters of coral reefs discovered along Balochistan coastal belt
By Amar Guriro
KARACHI: For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the Sindh Wildlife Department (SWD) found vast scatters of coral reefs along the coastal belt of Balochistan.
Neel Gai being hunted in Nagar Parkar
Experts say poaching goes unchecked in the region
Sunday, March 01, 2009
By Jan Khaskheli
The endangered blue bull, popularly known as the Neel Gai, is reportedly being hunted down in the Thar Desert along the Pakistan-India border, The News has learnt.
Dolphins’ appearance at Gaddani beach puzzles experts
By Amar Guriro
KARACHI: The mysterious appearance of two different schools of Spinner Dolphins on different locations on the Gaddani beach has confused many and caused them think about the reason behind the strange coincidence.
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