Pakistan Wildlife Foundation
The objectives of the foundation are to help protect, preserve, conserve, manage and sustainably utilize wildlife and their habitats in the country.
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+92 333 5214 333
#388, Street: 21, Sector: I-9/1 Islamabad, Pakistan - 44000.
Preserving & Caring for Mother Nature
Our Struggle is to Protect Wildlife
Dr. Waseem Ahmad Khan – Chairman
Safwan Shahab Ahmad – Vice Chairman
Dr AA Qureshi – Vice President (Sindh)…
Punjab Wildlife and Parks Department
Quaid-e-Azam University (Department of Biochemistry)
National Welfare & Human Development Organization…
Bio-Resource Research Centre
IUCN Otter Specialist Group
Zoological Society of Pakistan
International Otter Survival Fund
Mr. Muhammad Sharif Khan – Born in 1939. Graduated from University of the Punjab in 1960, obtained M.Sc. degree in Zoology from Punjab University, Lahore in 1963, awarded Sir William Roberts Gold Medal for standing first…
Pakistan Journal of Wildlife
“A Publication of Pakistan Wildlife Foundation & University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan”
Pakistan Wildlife Foundation aims to provide a platform for the nature lovers, university students, young scientists and researchers to communicate globally with biodiversity experts through publishing their wildlife related research. For this purpose, Pakistan Wildlife Foundation launched Pakistan Journal of Wildlife which is a quarterly and peer-reviewed research journal published both in electronic and print versions.
Wildlife Safari / Eco-Internship In Sindh with Pakistan Wildlife Foundation Pakistan hosts a wide range of ecosystems / habitat types and associated biological diversity due to its unique geographical and climatic conditions. There are snow covered peaks, permanent...
Honey is God's natural sweetener, and when combined with the flowers of Kalabagh it becomes one of the finest health preserving substances in existence. Kalabagh honey is purely organic and free of any additives including water. Some of the benefits of using Kalabagh...
Pakistan Wildlife Foundation has celebrated “World Penguin Day” and “World Squirrels Appreciation Day” simultaneously in a school on January 23, 2018 Islamabad. Pakistan Wildlife Foundation has also conducted a series of lectures and awareness raising activities...
Muhammad Sharif Khan Herpetological Laboratory, 306 N. Morton, Ave., Morton, PA 19070, USA....
WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY FIELD TRAINING THROUGH WILDLIFE SAFARI IN SALT RANGE, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN (February 21 to 23, 2014) Pakistan hosts a wide range of ecosystems / habitat types and associated biological diversity due to its unique geographical and climatic...
WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY FIELD TRAINING THROUGH WILDLIFE SAFARI IN KIRTHAR NATIONAL PARK, SINDH, PAKISTAN
WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY FIELD TRAINING THROUGH WILDLIFE SAFARI IN KIRTHAR NATIONAL PARK, SINDH, PAKISTAN (February 14 to 16, 2014) Pakistan hosts a wide range of ecosystems / habitat types and associated biological diversity due to its unique geographical and...
BASIC SKILL LEARNING IN TAXIDERMY AND NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM DEVELOPMENT (A 5-day Training Course) Click to download brochure Taxidermy is an art of preparing, stuffing and mounting the skins of animals especially vertebrates for display and other sources of study....
Cultivating the next generation of Wildlife Photographers – The second Wildlife Photography field training
Wildlife Photography Field Training Karoonjhar Hills, Tharparkar, Sindh Pakistan Wildlife Foundation in collaboration with Directorate of Biodiversity, Ministry of Climate Change, Government of Pakistan, Sindh Wildlife Department and Canon Imaging Academy organized...
Wildlife Photography Training 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...
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+92 333 5214 333
#388, Street: 21, Sector: I-9/1 Islamabad, 44000.
Let’s Work Together to Save Nature in Pakistan
Join us in our mission to “educate the masses in the country regarding biodiversity, environment and social issues with a view to changing their attitudes towards positive, sensible and responsible actions towards nature”