Kathlaur Kushlian Wildlife Sanctuary
This Sanctuary is located on the new bye pass of Amritsar–Jammu Highway in Tehsil Pathankot of District Gurdaspur. This sanctuary is spread over 758.40 ha of Government protected forest area (i.e. 1896 acres of which 346 acres area belongs to Village Kushalian and 1550 acres area belongs to village Kathlour and adjoining villages Rajpur, Bahadurpur and Jaswa). This area was notified as Wildlife Sanctuary vide Punjab Government Notification No. 34/13/2007/Ft-V/6133 dated 28.06.2007. The sanctuary has good population of different ungulates and deer species. This area comprises of dense (closed canopy) forests, interspersed with open grasslands of Saccharum and water bodies as it lies on the banks of the bed of river Ravi.
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