Protected area of Mirabad

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Mirabad protected area is a forest area between the Piranshahr and Sardasht cities of West Azarbaijan province.

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  • Address : West Azarbaijan Province - between the cities of Piranshahr and Sardasht

Mirrabad protected area with a total area of 11435 hectares, totally forests - is mountainous and the Zab river passes about in the middle.

  • Background information

    The Mirabad area has been integrated into the protected areas under the authority of the Supreme Environmental Council (Supreme Council of the Environment), No. 220, dated July 25, 2001.
  • Specific information

    Small communities of vole, hawthorn, bane, kiche, walnut, wild almonds and sometimes cobblestone are the vegetation of the region. There are also apple trees, pears, wild tomatoes, hawthorns and wild sourds and Nastaran trees in the area.
    The most prominent species in the Mirabad is the brown bear that lives on the highlands of the area. Other species of animal species in the region include Iranian squirrel (with suitable populations), hog, wolf, rabbit, fox, white stork, large shrimp, owl king, pepper, species of ducks, various species of lizards Cited.
  • Outlook

    Forest cover in most parts of Mirabad protected area is almost identical to a massive forest, more than 70% of which are oak trees. There are other tree species in it
    From Amirabad's landscapes and promenades, you can find the promenade, the beautiful lagoon cascade, the lagoon valley, the Nouadh cascade, the Zab river basin, and the most striking landscapes of the Alvatan forests to the Blue Island. These landscapes watch many travelers and climbers every year.

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