Charoimaq protected area has been promoted to the Protected Area since 2006 as a protected area, and then approved by Resolution No. 368 of the Supreme Environmental Council (Government Infrastructure Commission) dated 16.1 1391 with a total area of 73927 hectares.
- Mammals: Includes wild ram, black ears, hyenas, Roodak, Tši, Mussu, Hedgehog, Rhubarb, hog, wolf, fox, rabbit, ground squirrel, Mediterranean horseshoe bat and various types of rodents.
- Birds: Among the most important species of wild ostriches of the region, the Shahin Sanan and the Gonshahan tribes include the Golden Eagle, Karkas, Sargopa, Sangarandam Zar and Shahinian Dalij Lake, Lil, Bahri and Lachin, and have a Dwarf Pook including Québec, Chil , Eyebrows and quails, and other orders, mostly wild and wild birds, including gray and purple hawks, Haji Lak Lak, Cenggar, Pascary and Sacrifice, Little Redfish and Swallows.
- There are also a number of reptile and amphibian species in the region.
The dominant species of rangeland, grass and artemisia and associated species include mountain ranges, cow's tongue, yellow onion, foxtail, thyme and horseradish horseradish. In this area, three species are listed in the list of susceptible species at risk of threat. . In the hill and plain lands of the region, dominant rangeland species include Artemisia, Rye, Wild oats, Grass, Quercus, Cannabis, Puneh, Tarez Tizak, Kakotti, Kheshir, Sparrow, Alaska, Carnation, Yarrow, Chamomile, Bulak Uti, Shatera , Spandex, foxtail and oats.
In general, the most important herbs of the region are poppy, grass, mountainous, cow, yellow onion, alfalfa, fescue, sheep, thyme, honey beer, wild oats, wheat grass, Pune, cacti, saffron, cloves, Yarrow, Chamomile, Black Tume, Barberry, Garameh, Wild Spices, Nastaran, Ozgill and Willow.