Rochon Kerman Wildlife Refuge

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Rochon Kerman Wildlife Refuge within the city of Baft is clustered in the National Park and contains 5 sections.

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  • Address : Iran - Kerman - Texture inside National Park

Rochoon Kerman Wildlife Refuge includes five sections. One section in the south of Mahmoud Abad; a section in the north of the village of Ten Cold; a section in the west of Kheir Abad; a section in the north of the village of Aqwiya; and one in the village of Rochun. Among the important species of the plant are: Aras; Bennet; Almond; Mountain; Tangsar and Veberk; and important animal species can be from goats and pigs; rams; deer; leopards; Pallas cat; Caracal; Hobra; Homa and Tayyou.

  • Background information

    National News Park and Rochoon Wildlife Refuge is located in Kerman province with a total area of 169200 hectares and since 1350 it is managed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • More Info

    In order to identify the plant species of this region and complete the information on its flora, as well as to study the location of this area in Iranian vegetation, plant specimens from different parts of the area were collected in two growing seasons of 1998 and 1999 and then Was identified. In addition to identifying the biological form and geographic distribution of identified plant species, the biological and geographical diversity of the vegetation of the region was mapped.
    Also, the list of identified plants was classified into three groups of trees and shrubs, bushes and grass species and grasses. From these groups, 67, 147 and 237 (in total 451) species and subspecies were identified as 279 plant genera and 74 families. 108 species and subspecies were reported for the first time in this area. Based on the results, the highest species richness in the study area was related to the family
    With 57 species.
  • Cons

    Among the most important threats to the Rochoon Kerman wildlife sanctuary, we can mention the grazing of livestock, the existence of exclusions and land use change and illegal hunting.

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