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.
Survey of Smooth-coated otter The present report reveals the findings of surveys conducted jointly by Sindh Wildlife Department (SWD), Government of Sindh and WWF Pakistan, Islamabad (WWF-P) during November-December, 2008 and February 2009 with the objectives to...
Amphibians of Pakistan REPTILIA
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 in the M.Sc. final examination. Did PhD from University of the...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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