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List of Conservation Reserves in Jammu and Kashmir – updated

List of Conservation Reserves in Jammu and Kashmir – updated. How many Conservation Reserves in Jammu and Kashmir. Total number of Conservation Reserves in Jammu and Kashmir is thirty four (34). The rights of people living inside a Conservation Reserve are not affected.
Conservation Reserves are declared for the purpose of protecting landscapes, seascapes, flora and fauna and their habitat. The rights of people living inside a Conservation Reserve are not affected. Name of Conservation Reserve, Year of Notification and Total Area is as follows………….

Introduction

Conservation Reserves can be declared by the State Governments in any area owned by the Government, particularly the areas adjacent to National Parks and Sanctuaries and those areas which link one Protected Area with another. Such declaration should be made after having consultations with the local communities. Conservation Reserves are declared for the purpose of protecting landscapes, seascapes, flora and fauna and their habitat. The rights of people living inside a Conservation Reserve are not affected.

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List of Conservation Reserves in Jammu and Kashmir. Name of Conservation Reserve, Year of Notification and Total Area is as follows…
S. No. Name of Conservation Reserve Year of Notification Total Area(km²)
1 Khiram CR 1945 15.75
2 Panyar CR 1945 10
3 Khanagund CR 1945 15
4 Shikargah CR 1945 15.5
5 Khrew CR 1945 50.25
6 Khonmoh CR 1945 67
7 Brain-Nishat CR 1945 15.75
8 Khimber/Dara/Sharazbal CR 1945 34
9 Wangat/Chatergul 1945 12
10 Ajas CR 1945 48
11 NaganariCR 1981 22.25
12 Zaloora, Harwan 1970 25.25
13 Sudhmahadev CR 1981 142.25
14 Jawahar Tunnel 1981 18
15 Thein 1981 19
16 Bahu 1981 19.75
17 Sabu 1981 15
18 Boodh Karbu 1981 12
19 Hokera (Ramsar Site) (WL) 1945 13.75
20 Narkara (WL) 1991 3.25
21 Manibugh (WL) 1970 4.5
22 Chatlam, Pampore (WL) 1970 0.25
23 Mirgund (WL) 1970 4
24 Shallabugh (WL) 1945 16
25 Ajas (WL) 1945 1
26 Hygam (WL) 1945 7.25
27 Malgam (WL) 1970 4.5
28 Gharana (WL) 1981 0.75
29 Pargwal (WL) 1981 49.25
30 Kukarian (WL) 1981 24.25
31 Nanga (WL) 1981 15.25
32 Sangral-Asa Chak (WL) 1981 7
33 Tsomoiri (Ramsar Site) (WL) 1981 120
34 Norrichain (WL) 1981 2

Source – Wildlife Institute of India

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