Pakistanís second largest reserve. This park was included in United Nations world list on National Parks in 1974. The park is situated in the south-western part of Sindh, stretching from north-east of Karachi to Dadu/Larkana district, and bisecting Sindh-Balochistan border. The total area of the park is more than 308,000 hectares. SindhWildlife manages the park, where they have developed two main centers: Khar and Kharchat.
Kirthar belongs to IUCN Category II protected area, designated mainly for ecosystem preservation.
The landscape of Kirthar hills forms a natural refuge for all kinds of wildlife and vegetation. Various forms of mammals and reptiles such as gazelles, Ibex, sheep, cats, wolf, lizards, porcupines, snakes, partridges, eagles, vultures, sand grouse, migratory birds, etc could be seen inside the park (if one is lucky). In addition the vegetation of the park comprises of various forms of shrubbery, flowers, and trees.
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