Ayubia National Park

Ayubia National Park

And Ayuba National Park (abbreviated Ayuba) protected area of ​​3,312 hectares (8,184 acres) located in the district of Abbottabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. E 'was declared a national park named after the late 1984.Ayubia Muhammad Ayub Khan (1958-1969), the second president of Pakistan. area of ​​coniferous forest supports moderate and moderate and mixed deciduous forest with an average elevation of 8,000 feet (2,400 m) above sea level. Ayuba National Park is surrounded by seven large villages and small towns in four Thandiani, Nathiagali Khanspur.The park and resort complex built Ayuba as a combination of four instead of mini-Khairi Gali  Changle Gali, Khanspur Galyat.Currently Ghor and Dhaka, is managed Department of Parks and Wildlife Government Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.


Ayuba national park was established in 1984 in acorner of the eastern province of Pakistan KhyberPakhtunkhwa. In 1998, he expanded the form of theoriginal size of 1684 hectares (4161 acres) or 16.84 km ² (7 sq miles) of 3,312 hectares (8,184 acres).Since then it has succeeded in Khyber PakhtunkhwaDepartment of Wildlife. To establish that it ismoderated to preserve forests. Initially, the park hasan area of 857 acres (3.47 km2), but in 1998increased to cover an area of 1685 acres (6.82 km2).
The total population of Ayub and surrounding villagesfrom the 1996 census, 18 097 families in 2311.


Look at the clouds in Arubi
The climate is cool in summer park, but a harshwinter. When it is hot, but quietly in May and June,when the cold whip monsoon in late July and earlyAugust. During cold winters, the intensity increasesgradually to give the West Winds rain, whicheventually turn into snow. The park has more recentlyby the snowy winter.
Precipitation: 1244 cm
Temperature: 3 ° C - 11 ° C

Wild Life

The park has 104 species of plants. The main Cedrus deodara Floral, Blue Pine, Newry, fir, chestnut and oak. About 21 plants here related to 19 families are known for their medicinal properties. Many of those used in the treatment of jaundice, stomach ulcers, snake bites, infections, internal, diabetes and Chambal. Some plants are known to have an effect on anti-cancer. In addition, some are used as insecticides and biological pesticides, mainly because of its nature insect repellent. Worldwide Fund for Nature launched an initiative here ethno-botany, to demonstrate the sustainable use of plant resources as a means of protecting biodiversity. " The park is home to 203 species of birds. Many species of birds, including eagles, vultures, Sparrow Hawk [disambiguation needed] and may Pigeon Hill, among other things to get here. It also houses some of the rarer species such as pheasant and the Himalayan pheasant Koklass Kalij. Ayuba national park supports 31 species of mammals. Can animals, such as the Asian leopard, the Asiatic black bear, Flying Fox and Squirrel Hill to come here.
The park is managed by the Department of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Wildlife under the Wildlife Act 1975 Pakhtunkhwa Khyber. The park headquarters is at Dunga Gali, situated at a distance of 34 km and 30 km from Abbottabad Murree.National Park started behind the left Ayuba Chari. On the track, near the National Park long walk of about 6 km from Dong Ayuba Chari left Gali. There are many beautiful places threre. It 'also planned sitting of the way when you start from Donga Gali Ayuba walk in the park.

Standing about 26 km from the tourist resort of Murree Hill Station, more than 100,000 tourists visit the national park and the surrounding areas Ayuba each year. E 'known for its picnic areas. Since 4 has seven villages and towns around it, and since this region attracts many tourists every year a large number of hotels and restaurants around the park. And walking paths, hiking areas, picnic and motels, occupies a central place Ayuba chairlift that takes visitors to a nearby summit for a view of wooded hills. This was the first chair leisure facilities of its kind in Pakistan and remains a major attraction for domestic tourists. The PTDC Motel is famous here.

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stenote said...

Interesting place... May I share an article about Florence alongside Arno River in http://stenote.blogspot.com/2018/01/florence-along-arno-river.html
Watch the video in https://youtu.be/Wzp8pgiZn7c

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