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.
Amazing aerial acrobats on our shoreline
By Sidra Rafique Gooda
KARACHI: For past many years, the ecological sector of Pakistan has been a heavily neglected area, but, with the help of various international environmental organisations and environmental experts, the scenario is a little different now. A number of novel and interesting projects, currently in process, will aim to improve the environmental situation for the people of the country. The Whales and Dolphin Group (PWDG) is one such scheme in the environmental sector of the city.
LAHORE: A leopard succumbed to injuries which it sustained while fighting with dogs on Thursday night. According to official sources, the injured leopard was caught by wildlife department officials near Chak No 32 of Hanjarwal adjacent to the Changa Manga forest. The leopard was given first aid but it could not survive.
Jallo Park wildlife to get a boost
By Shoaib Ahmed
LAHORE, Jan 4: A 10-acre piece of land is being reserved in the Jallo Park to upgrade the wildlife there and to turn the place into an extensive breeding centre with the induction of new animals, sources in the Punjab Wildlife Department told Dawn on Friday.
Snow Leopard Diary (Update)
1 JANUARY: CHRISTMAS AT CHITRAL GOL
Since my last account, Eric York, a veteran of over 700 large carnivore captures, has arrived to add fresh impetus to our task.
With over a month now passed since our first capture, it was time to reassess.
Sindh unhappy at FO for issuing hunting permits to foreigners
By Razzak Abro
KARACHI: The Sindh government is unhappy that the Foreign Office (FO) has issued hunting permits to foreigners in prescribed areas of the province and has decided to take this up at an upcoming meeting of the Inter-Provincial Coordination Committee, official sources told Daily Times on Wednesday.
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