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.
Insurgency benefits Kashmir wildlife
By Binoo Joshi
BBC News, Jammu
The wildlife population in Indian-administered Kashmir has undergone a "manifold" increase as a result of the separatist militancy that first broke out there in the late 1980s.
World Mountain Day celebrated
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan, home to some of the most spectacular mountains in the world, celebrated International Mountain Day on Monday.
Photo exhibition marks International Mountain Day
ISLAMABAD (December 12 2006): A grand mountain photograph exhibition on Monday marked the International Mountain Day with the hope and commitment to preserve the world unique landmasses and their significance.
KARACHI: Sindh defies Centre on permits for falcon hunting
KARACHI, Dec 10: The Sindh government, flouting federal government’s directives, has issued hundreds of permits for catching and trading in falcon, a rare species facing extinction, it is learnt reliably.
Zoo master plan P&D dept asked to examine proposals
By Shoaib Ahmed
LAHORE, Dec 6: Chief Minister Pervaiz Elahi has directed the Planning and Development Department to examine the changes recommended by a senior official of the provincial wildlife department in the proposed master plan designed to modernise the Lahore Zoo, sources told Dawn on Wednesday.
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