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Pakistan’s Vulture Population Shows Signs of Recovery

Vultures have been on the verge of extinction in Pakistan. However, in recent years, nature’s ‘garbage disposal’ workers have shown signs of recovery.

According to a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report, the population of vultures found in the #Thar Desert, and scattered areas in southern #Punjab, #AzadKashmir, and southwestern #Balochistan had declined by up to 95 percent since the 1990s.

However, ornithologists have recently spotted hundreds of vultures alongside a water reservoir in #Gorano in Thar – a new hope for the endangered species.

The reservoir was recently built to pump water out of the coalfield. Other than that, experts have also found 60 new nests in #Nangarparkar and Islamkot areas

Naveed Ali Soomro, who heads the IUCN’s vulture conservation project, said his team spotted nearly 300 vultures in the area back in July

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