Wellcome To 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.
Bio-Resource Research Centre
IUCN Otter Specialist Group
Zoological Society of Pakistan
International Otter Survival Fund
Punjab Wildlife and Parks Department
Quaid-e-Azam University (Department of Biochemistry)
National Welfare & Human Development Organization…
Dr. Waseem Ahmad Khan – Chairman
Safwan Shahab Ahmad – Vice Chairman
Dr AA Qureshi – Vice President (Sindh)…
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,...
The 1st International Pakistan Wildlife Colloquium Colloquium Registration Form: Download Colloquium Registration...
Mudskipper A Fish That Walk on Land in Hingol National Park Balochistan | Pakistan Geographic Mudskippers are amphibious fish. Mudskippers are known for their unusual appearance and their ability to survive both in and out of water.
Bohr Bangla is so named because it was constructed under the shades of a huge centuries-old banyan tree. Kalabagh actually got its name from the word ‘Kala’ meaning black (as the place appears dark due to the huge banyan trees and orchards all around) and ‘Bagh’...
What is taxidermy and how to do taxidermy bird. Learn taxidermy art with Pakistan wildlife foundation.
Sick and Homeless Cows Shelter Home in Tharparkar Mithi by hindu community. Mithi is one of the very few cities in Pakistan where hindu community has a majority. Hindu community has more than 80% of the population in this city. They have built a cow shelter home...
Wild thar peacocks are dying. Tejmar Singh is a retired school teacher and Patel (Mukhia) he has saved more then 200 dying peacocks (moor) from starvation, diesease, thurst, and being hunted in tharparkar. He travels about ten kilometres from his village to provide...
Wonderful teetar fight, Black francolin fight and voice in the forest for female in kalabagh jungle. From March to May this is their mating season. Amazing Voice of black francolin. Kala teetar ki ladai aur kala teetar ki awaz a beautiful bird of Pakistan.
A tragic story of two orphan black bear cubs survival in neelam valley azad kashmir. Born to be wild but living in captivity after their mother death. Cute baby black bear cubs hand raised after their mother death. Need Help and Hopeful to return to their natural...
Is Wall Lizard poisonous? Kya Chipkali Zehrili hoti hai. These small geckos are non-venomous and not harmful to humans.The common house gecko is a gecko native to South and Southeast Asia. It is also known as the Asian house gecko, Pacific house gecko, wall gecko,...
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