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List of game reserves of Pakistan

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List of game reserves of Pakistan

There are at least 66 game reserves in Pakistan.

List of hunting reserves

  1. Abbasia
  2. Askor Nallah
  3. Bahawalpur Plantation
  4. Bhon Fazil
  5. Bhono
  6. Bilyamin
  7. Bund Khush Dil Khan
  8. Chassi/Baushdar
  9. Chaupalia
  10. Cholistan
  11. Danyor Nallah
  12. Darosh Gol
  13. Daulana
  14. Deh Jangisar
  15. Deh Sahib Saman
  16. Diljabba-Domeli
  17. Dosu Forest
  18. Gat Wala
  19. Gehrait Gol
  20. Ghamot
  21. Gogi
  22. Goleen Gol
  23. Head Qadirabad
  24. Jabbar
  25. Kala Chitta
  26. Kathar
  27. Kazinag
  28. Khari Murat
  29. Khipro
  30. Kilik/Mintaka
  31. Killan
  32. Kot Zabzai
  33. Machiara
  34. Makhnial
  35. Mando Dero
  36. Mirpur Sakro
  37. Moji
  38. Mori Said Ali
  39. Nar/Ghoro Nallah
  40. Nara
  41. Nazbar
  42. Nizampur
  43. Pai
  44. Pakora
  45. Parit Gol/Ghinar Gol
  46. Qazi Nag
  47. Rahri Bungalow
  48. Resi
  49. Sher Qillah
  50. Surjan, Sumbak, Eri and Hothiano
  51. Swegali
  52. Tando Mitha Khan
  53. Tangir
  54. Teri/Isak Khumari
  55. Thal
  56. Thanedar Wala
  57. Totali
  58. Vatala
  59. Wam
  60. Zangi Nawar
  61. Zawarkhan

See also


  • Pakistan profile at World Database on Protected Areas

Further reading

  • Country profile at Earthtrends
  • Review of 'Protected Areas System' in Pakistan
  • Protected areas systems at

External links

  • IUCN-Pakistan
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