Nature & Biodiversity

Search Posts:

Tamarix forest in Lasbela district of Balochistan

Camel Peace Caravan for Conservation of Unique Tamarix Forest

The Lasbela region is covered with more than 12% with wide flora diversity, especially unique Tamarix and Jar species. The ...
Read More
/

2012 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: 4,329 films were submitted ...
Read More
/

Smallscale livestock keeping – a sustainable future?

Livestock keeping is often portrayed as a pathway out of poverty, particularly for the landless poor. However, in recent years, ...
Read More
/

Bactrian camel in Central Sweden

Bactrian camel in Central Sweden The camel farm (Gyttorp, central Sweden) consists of 3 camels; named as Kalle, Karlsson, and ...
Read More
/

Camel, an incredible creature in difficult environment

Camel, an incredible creature in difficult environment ...
Read More
/

Camel and other Livestock~ A tool for Healthier Food and Rural Development in Cholistan Desert

Summary Falling in southern Punjab, Cholistan is one of the largest deserts of the country and part of the great ...
Read More
/

Arable Agricultural Farming and loss to Biodiversity

Arable farming promote land grabbing in South Asia and central Asian countries. Afghanistan and Pakistan are more prone to this ...
Read More
/
Me with my precious gift, the Camel

Bios of Dr Abdul Raziq Kakar

I opened my eyes in the home of Hassan Khan, a strong man of Kakar Pashtoon/Afghan tribe of northeastern Baluchistan, ...
Read More
/
ARKBIODIV.COM
%d bloggers like this: