دیوسائی نیشنل پارک میں گزشتہ چار سالوں میں بھورے ریچھوں کی تعداد میں اضافہ نہ ہو سکا
No increase in Brown Bear population at Deosai National Park over the past four years. So,the conservations have put GPS collars on bears to study their behaviour . As a result, they know the reasons which have led to a halt in their population growth.However, with the help of GPS collars the conservationist will find the actual reason. As well as, their diet, hibernation and territory of these bears.
Where is Deosai National Park?
It is located in between Skardu and Astore districts of Gilgit Baltistan. Its plains are situated at an elevation of 4,114 metres (13,497 ft) above sea level. Therefore, It is second high plains in the world. Deosai means ” the land of Giants”. Government established this park in 1993 to protect the endangered Himalayan Brown bear. However, Himalayan Wildlife Foundation plays an important role in designation of this park.
Biodiversity in Deosai Park
Deosai is home to Himalayan wolf,Himalayan Marmot, Siberian Ibex, Kashmir Musk Deer, Snow Leopard and migratory birds. In addition, birds include Himalayan Volture, Himalayan Snowcock, Golden eagle etc. However, Deosai is famous for Sheosar Lake and bara pani. Sheosar lake is situated at western end of the park.