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Written: June 26, 2013 by Osama Ahmed Farooqi

Taxidermy Training Workshop

Pakistan Wildlife Foundation and University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore have arranged a Taxidermy Training Workshop. Taxidermy is an art of preparing, stuffing and …

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Written: June 26, 2013 by Osama Ahmed Farooqi

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Written: June 26, 2013 by Osama Ahmed Farooqi

Pakistan Journal of Wildlif

The first issue of "Pakistan Journal of Wildlife" (volume 1, issue 1, 2010), a research journal on wildlife in Pakistan. Click to Download (PDF)

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Written: June 26, 2013 by Osama Ahmed Farooqi

Wildlife of Pakistan (Magaz

The first issue of “Wildlife of Pakistan” magazine (volume 1, issue 1, Jan-Mar 2012), a very informative magazine on wildlife in Pakistan. Click to Download …

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Cultivating the next generation of Wildlife Photographers – The second Wildlife Photography field training

Cultivating the next generation of Wildlife Photographers – The second Wildlife Photography field training

Pakistan Wildlife Foundation in collaboration with Directorate of Biodiversity, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Pakistan, Sindh Wildlife Department and Canon Imaging Academy organized a 3-day field training on wildlife photography in Nagar Parkar, Sindh from February 23-25, 2013. Thirty five nature lovers representing different colleges, universities, museums, conservation organizations and Sindh Wildlife Department participated in... Read more

PWF organises a 3-day Field Training on Wildlife Photography in Salt Range, Punjab

PWF organises a 3-day Field Training on Wildlife Photography in Salt Range, Punjab

Wildlife photography is an essential tool for monitoring the wildlife populations and is widely applied throughout the world for educational and research purposes. Pakistan Wildlife Foundation, in association with Directorate of Biodiversity, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Pakistan organized a 3-day Field Training on Wildlife Photography from February 9 to 11, 2013 in Salt... Read more

Taxidermy Training Workshop

Taxidermy Training Workshop

Pakistan Wildlife Foundation and University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore have arranged a Taxidermy Training Workshop. Taxidermy is an art of preparing, stuffing and mounting the skins of animals especially vertebrates for display and other sources of study. It is a source of information and awareness raising about biodiversity and portraying the ecological role of... Read more

Was that a first record of Tibetan Lark in Pakistan ?

Was that a first record of Tibetan Lark in Pakistan ?

The difficult mountainous terrain of extreme northern Pakistan is short of data on birds. Mr. Shahid Iqbal along with Mr. Waseem Ahmad Khan and Syed Shamim Fakhri were conducting a two-week baseline avian survey in Shimshal valley in Khunjerab National Park during July 2009. We observed a flock of eight larks, which appeared larger than other... Read more

Pied Myna (Sturnus contora) is Dispersing Further West

Pied Myna (Sturnus contora) is Dispersing Further West

Pied Myna (Sturnus contora) was first recorded from Pakistan by Prof. Z. B. Mirza in 1982 in Shahdara in district Sheikhupura. Its dispersal from India advanced to Lahore, Kasur, Changa Manga, Balloki, Nankana Sahib and northwards toKharian and Rasul Head works in about twenty years. In early 2000’s it was seen at Kalar Kahar and... Read more

Yellow-bellied Fantail Flycatcher (Rhipidura hypoxantha) sighted

Yellow-bellied Fantail Flycatcher (Rhipidura hypoxantha) sighted

A Yellow-bellied Fantail Flycatcher (Rhipidura hypoxantha) was sighted in Margallah Hills National Park by Prof. Z. B. Mirza during early summerin 2011 in Margallah Hills National Park between Monal restaurant and Pir Sohawa. It was earlier recorded in winter 2010 in Margallah Hills and Sialkot. It was also seen by him in March, 1998 in Malkandi... Read more

Wolf Killed in AJK

Wolf Killed in AJK

A Grey Wolf (Canis lupus) was killed by local community in Domail Bala village, in Upper Neelum valley, AJK in October, 2011. According to Mr. Usman Ali, a representative of Breath Foundation, AJK the wolf caused a damage of around Pak Rs. 150,000/- by killing more than 25 sheep and goats in the area during... Read more

Lack of Awareness

Lack of Awareness

An unfortunate Smooth coated otter had an accident with a motorbike on a road in Khairpur District of Sindh Province on January 4th, 2012. The otter was injured like the motorbike rider and was then taken by a group of local hooligan boys. The boys tied a rope around the neck of the otter and dragged... Read more

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