Islamabad: Jodi Lyle, a US Nationwide Park Service Officer, visited Margalla Hills Nationwide Park (MHNP) and candidly shared her experiences relating to safety of wildlife animals and inexperienced areas in protected areas.
Based on the Islamabad Wildlife Administration Board (IWMB), Jodi Lyle visited Path 5 and held conferences with workers members of the IWMB. She additionally spoke about wildlife conservation within the nationwide park in Santa Monica the place she works. Jodi additionally hiked Path 6 and Leopard Protect Space the place she appreciated the exceptional biodiversity of the nationwide park.
She additionally met with IWMB chairperson Rina Saeed Khan and mentioned the problems relating to safeguarding the area’s wealthy biodiversity.
Jodi Lyle was delighted to discover the nationwide park and likewise met with Pakistani authorities officers, college and college college students, civil society representatives, and personal sector companions, sharing her appreciation for Pakistan’s pure and historic panorama and her experience in managing and conserving nationwide parks.
It’s pertinent to say right here that quite a lot of diplomats and international envoys have been repeatedly visiting the nationwide park. All of them lauded the efforts of the IWMB to protect and defend the biodiversity and pure character of the nationwide park. The USA Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome additionally visited MHNP in December 2022 and ensured working with Pakistan to enhance atmosphere and weather conditions.