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List of wildlife sanctuaries in Pakistan

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List of wildlife sanctuaries in Pakistan

This is a list of wildlife sanctuaries in Pakistan recognized by IUCN.

Wildlife sanctuaries

  1. Argam Basti Wildlife Sanctuary
  2. Astore Wildlife Sanctuary
  3. Bajwat Wildlife Sanctuary
  4. Baltistan Wildlife Sanctuary
  5. Bijoro Chach Wildlife Sanctuary
  6. Borraka Wildlife Sanctuary
  7. Buzi Makola Wildlife Sanctuary
  8. Chashma and Taunsa Barrage Dolphin Sanctuary
  9. Cholistan Wildlife Sanctuary
  10. Chorani Wildlife Sanctuary
  11. Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary
  12. Cut Munarki Chach Wildlife Sanctuary
  13. Daphar Wildlife Sanctuary
  14. Dhoung Block Wildlife Sanctuary
  15. Drigh Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  16. Dureji Wildlife Sanctuary
  17. Ghondak Dhono Wildlife Sanctuary
  18. Gullel Kohri Wildlife Sanctuary
  19. Gulsher Dhand Wildlife Sanctuary
  20. Hub Dam Wildlife Sanctuary
  21. Hadero Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  22. Haleji Wildlife Sanctuary
  23. Haleji Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  24. Islamabad Wildlife Sanctuary
  25. Kachau Wildlife Sanctuary
  26. Kargah Wildlife Sanctuary
  27. Khadi Wildlife Sanctuary
  28. Kharar Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  29. Khat Dhoro Wildlife Sanctuary
  30. Kinjhar Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  31. Koh-e-Geish Wildlife Sanctuary
  32. Kolwah Kap Wildlife Sanctuary
  33. Kot Dinghano Wildlife Sanctuary
  34. Lakhi Wildlife Sanctuary
  35. Lehri Nature Park
  36. Mahal Kohistan Wildlife Sanctuary
  37. Majiran Wildlife Sanctuary
  38. Manglot Wildlife Sanctuary
  39. Manshi Wildlife Sanctuary
  40. Marho Kotri Wildlife Sanctuary
  41. Maslakh Wildlife Sanctuary
  42. Miani Dhand Wildlife Sanctuary
  43. Mohabat Doro Wildlife Sanctuary
  44. Munarki Wildlife Sanctuary
  45. Naltar Wildlife Sanctuary
  46. Nara Desert Wildlife Sanctuary
  47. Nemal Lake Wildlife Sanctuary
  48. Norange Wildlife Sanctuary
  49. Raghai Rakhshan Wildlife Sanctuary
  50. Ras Koh Wildlife Sanctuary
  51. Rasool Barrage Wildlife Sanctuary
  52. Rann of Kutch Wildlife Sanctuary
  53. Sadnani Wildlife Sanctuary
  54. Salkhala Wildlife Sanctuary
  55. Salpara Wildlife Sanctuary
  56. Samno Dhand Wildlife Sanctuary
  57. Sasnamana Wildlife Sanctuary
  58. Shah Lando Wildlife Sanctuary
  59. Shashan Wildlife Sanctuary
  60. Sheikh Buddin Wildlife Sanctuary
  61. Sodhi Wildlife Sanctuary
  62. Takkar Wildlife Sanctuary
  63. Taunsa Barrage Wildlife Sanctuary
  64. Ziarat Juniper Wildlife Sanctuary

See also

Further reading

  • Wildlife Sanctuaries of Pakistan at pakistanpaedia.com
  • Country profile at Earthtrends
  • Review of 'Protected Areas System' in Pakistan
  • Protected areas systems at wildlifeofpakistan.com

References

  • Pakistan profile at World Database on Protected Areas

External links

  • IUCN-Pakistan
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