Endangered Birds In Pakistan Essays and Term Papers

  • Management of Migratory Species

    species, and the need to pay special attention to species the conservation status of which is unfavorable. To avoid any migratory species becoming endangered, the parties must Endeavour: * to promote, cooperate in or support research relating to migratory species; * to provide immediate protection...

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  • Wisam

    variety of endangered species. Dwindling populations of both larger animals like the snow leopard and smaller animals like the Bunn’s short-tailed bandicoot rat are primarily due to habitat fragmentation and destruction. Habitat conservation and awareness are imperative in preventing these endangered species...

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  • Endangered Species

    PAKISTAN SAND CAT Scientific Name: Felis margarita scheffeli Group: Mammals Status/Date Listed as Endangered: EN-US FWS: January 23, 1984 Area(s) Where Listed As Endangered: Pakistan The Pakistan sand cat is a subspecies of the sand cat found in the deserts of Pakistan. It is the size...

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  • Mr.

    Endangered Species and Snow Leopard Endangered Species There are trillions of living beings, and millions of various sort of animals as well as plants, which add to our earth. Every type is particular and exclusive. However, а number of these species are in hazard of vanishing perpetually,...

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  • Endangered Species of Pakistan

    Introduction: Pakistan is home to a number of endangered species, including the woolly flying squirrel, markhor, blue whale, Pakistan sand cat, the ibex wild goat, and several species of birds, whales and turtles. Certain mammals which could be found in abundance at one time have now become the rarest...

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  • Top 10 Endangered Animal Species in Asia

    List of Top 10 Endangered Animal Species in Asia Ten Endangered Species in Asia As the largest, most populated and fastest growing continent on Earth, Asia may be the region of the world where the most animal species face extinction due to conflicts with humans. The rapid development of land for use...

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  • Bronx Zoo

    the world’s largest metropolitan zoos. The Bronx Zoo has over 600 species from around the world, many of which are endangered or threatened. Some places include; Africa, Asia, Pakistan and Madagascar. The Bronx Zoo is part of an integrated system that includes four zoos and one aquarium. As it was...

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  • Wildlife

    down in southern Punjab despite the fact that the bird is protected under the province’s wildlife laws. A report in this paper says parties from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, apparently patronised by the Punjab wildlife department, are leading the hunt for the bird. The elegant koonj winters in the southern areas...

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  • Mangroves and Their Importance

    ………………………………………………………... 3,4 Effects Of Disappearance Of Mangroves ……………………………………………………....... 4 Present Condition Of Mangroves In Pakistan ……………………………………………......... 4,5 References …………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 5 What is Mangrove? The term 'mangrove', is used...

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  • Wet Lands of Pakistan

    WET LANDS OF PAKISTAN Although predominantly arid and semi-arid, Pakistan possesses a great variety of wetlands ranging from coastal mangroves and mudflats in the Indus Delta complex to the glacial lakes of the Himalayas. The total wetland area has been estimated at over 7,800,000 ha. Though rich in...

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  • patriotism and young india

    India and Pakistan. Pakistan, which claims the territory as disputed,[1] refers to it alternatively as Indian-occupied Kashmir or Indian-held Kashmir, while some international agencies such as the United Nations[2] call it Indian-administered Kashmir. The regions under the control of Pakistan are referred...

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  • The Okapi Wildlife Reserve

    contains many endangered mammals and birds. Included in the endangered animals is the elusive okapi. Out of 30,000 okapi still in existence, the reserve is a haven for roughly 5,000 of them (Woods Hole Research Center, 2009). The okapi share the reserve with several species of primates, birds, and elephants...

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  • The Endangered Snow Leopard

    The Endangered Snow Leopards The snow leopard is an endangered and threatened animal of the wild. This large to medium-size cat is apart of the Animalia kingdom. It's main difference from most large cats like it is, that they cannot roar which places them in the Uncia Uncia genus. These felines can...

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  • Geography of India

    animals were believed to be bound for China, to be sold in wild meat restaurants. Most are listed in CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) which prohibits or restricts such trade. This subsection focuses on anthropogenic forms of wildlife destruction...

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  • Research Paper

    (Catreus wallichii) in Jhelum Catchments, Pakistan Final Report (2010-2011) Muhammad Naeem Awan* Project sponsor: Suggested Citation: M.N.Awan. 2011. Monitoring and Conservation of Cheer Pheasant in Jhelum Catchments, Pakistan. Final Progress Report Submitted to Rufford...

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  • wildlife

    and research all over the world. Today, when wildlife habitats are under severe pressure and a large number of species of wild fauna have become endangered, the effective conservation of wild animals is of great significance. Because every one of us depends on plants and animals for all vital components...

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  • Snow Leopard

    By: Maryam Zakria 10/09/2012 AP Biology Endangered Species Project “As children, small creatures endlessly fascinate us; as adults, we can protect them so as to inspire future children” (Les E. Watling). To many people, life has become so much more enjoyable and effortless then it was just a few...

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  • Wildlife in Asia

    national forest reserves of India and Pakistan. The ibex weighs between 90 to 120 kg, and can live up to 20 years. It male species is usually distinguished by its large, re-curved horns. GOLDEN EAGLE One of the most well-known birds of prey, this large and majestic bird has a wingspan of about 2 meters...

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  • Philippine Species

    sugar-pineapple or sweetsop) is a species of Annona native to the tropical Americas and widely grown in Colombia, El Salvador, India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Philippines. Its exact native range is unknown due to extensive cultivation, but thought to be in the Caribbean; the species was described...

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  • ENVIRONMENT CONSERVATION

    for all, the first three of which are resident with the Houbara being a migratory species. I have always marveled at the sight of these incredible birds, which are becoming increasingly difficult to spot. I was fortunate to sight an adult Lesser Florican on the Lucknow airport just after landing. This...

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