The Punjab Urial Ovis vignei punjabiensis is endemic to northern Punjab, Pakistan, and is currently classified as endangered by
the IUCN. The distribution of the animal in Pakistan is between the Indus and Jhelum rivers at elevations of 250-1,500 m
primarily in the Kala Chitta and Salt Ranges. The dominant habitat type in the areais dry sub-tropical, semi-evergreen scrub
forest. Punjab urial were once present over all northern Punjab Mountains, but in recent decades underwent a severe decline in
both range and numbers, disappearing from much of their historic range.
World Trek Adventure will provide you the accommodation is in superb Guest house. The hunting area is rolling hills and
December to early March is the best time of the year. 26″ – 30″ trophies can be expected. Kalabagh game reserve (KGR)
established in the early 1930’s, is located about 25 km south east of the town of kalabagh, in Jaba masan valley, Mianwali
district, Punjab province in a small massif that forms the most westerly extension of the salt mountain range. For many
generations, this land has been the private property of the Nawab of Kalabagh.