“Gilgit-Baltistan wildlife management board had auctioned in December last year 70 hunting permits for trophy hunting program for 2014-15, which included 12 permits for Markhors, 50 for Ibex and 8 for Blue Sheep, respectively” this is insane…how can you kill endangered species…
GILGIT: An Italian man has hunted a blue sheep with 32-inch-long horns in the wildlife conservatory at Gojal valley of Hunza-Nagar district near the Pak-China border.
Boieti Gian Carlo hunted the sheep in Khunjrab Village Organisation’s (KVO’s) wildlife conservatory at Sukhterabad Nullah, some 20 kilometers from Pak-China border on Sunday, the organisation’s secretary information Rahimullah Baig told NNP on Tuesday.
He said that the blue sheep was the Pakistan’s longest and the world’s second longest animal.
He said the Italian hunter had secured hunting permit paying 8,000 US dollars to the Gilgit-Baltistan wildlife department.
Blue sheep is a rare species, found only in Nepal and Pakistan.
He said that the foreign hunter spent three days in KVO’s wildlife conservatory looking for the blue sheep.
Mr Baig said that hunter was accompanied by his local guide, Mahboob Ali, local community members and officials of GB wildlife department to ensure that the hunt was carried…
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