Saturday, 17 June 2017

Bansra Gali Murree Wildlife Park

The Park was established in 1986-1992 under the development scheme “Development of Wildlife Park, Bansra Gali, Murree” at the cost of Rs. 25.500 million, on slopes of the  Murree hills down to Bansra Gali in the flank of famous Lawrence college, Murree. It covers an area of 240 acres.

Flora:
Different wild plants i.e. Herbs, Shrubs & with the majority of pine trees. 


Fauna:
Mammals: Siberian Tiger, Red Deer and Yak (Bos gruniens).






Birds: Black Shoulder Peafowl (Pavo cristatus),  Guinea fowl (Numididae) and Green Pheasant (Phasianus versicolor).

You can visit the park either from "Pindi Road"-Bansra Gali and from "Pindi Point"-Chair Lift Cabal Car.

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