Ayubia National Park
Ayubia National Park is located in Abbottabad District, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. The park covers an area of 3312 hectares. It was formally recognized on 17 January 1984. Ayubia National Park is home to one of the rarest reserves of temperate and humid Himalayan forests in Pakistan.
The park is home to many species of birds such as golden eagles, wild pigeons, vultures and more. The animals include black bear, red squirrel, musk deer, wild Kashmiri fox and falcon. Here you can also see hundreds of monkeys jumping. The Ayubia National Park, along with other attractions, forms Ayubia.