KARACHI: Wildlife conservationists have identified Nag Valley, Balochistan as the accurate place for breeding of threatened specie – the Houbara bustard. “It was the natural habitat for Houbara long ago and we are making efforts to bring the birds back in our wild,” said Brigadier Mukhtar Ahmed, president of Falcon Foundation International Pakistan and Houbara Foundation International Pakistan.
He was addressing the Conservation Awards Ceremony at the Sindh Wildlife Department (SWD). The event was arranged to appreciate the SWD officials, media people and wildlife conservationists, who are playing laudable role for the great cause. Read More »Nag Valley identified for rare Houbara breeding