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Project Description
Project Description
The 51,550 ha of Kackar Mountains was declared as a National Park in 1994. According to a former study, there are 30 mammalian species as well as 116 endemic plant species. Moreover, 136 bird species were observed in the area. Three of the mammals are on CITES and Red Data Book, in endangered species list, and 10 of those are listed among the Annex II species (Strictly Protected Species) of the Bern Convention. Similarly, 92 birds are in Annex II of Bern Convention, 6 species in A1,2 and 14 are in A2 categories in the IUCN Red Data Book. Likewise, 12 of the endemic plant species and EN (endangered) and 19 are VU (vulnerable). Kackar Mountains National Park needs appropriate and implementable plans to enable the biodiversity conservation and the development of appropriate eco-tourism. However, the only way those plans would work will be if and only if the local people and the local administration are well aware of the resource values of the area and the need for their conservation. This project aims to provide the information to the local authorities, law-enforcing parties, people use and/or benefit the area and other stakeholders on the rich diversity of the Park, the implication of the protection statues over the management of the site, cooperation needs among the different stakeholders.
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