Bajwat Wildlife Sanctuary
Bajwat Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Sialkot District, Punjab, Pakistan. The sanctuary is a wetland that is of universal significance due to the presence of Marala Headworks and the Tawi River. The sanctuary has an area of 5,464 hectares and contains 84 small villages with a population of 60,000.
The area is home to various animal species, including wild pigs, deer, and nilgai. The sanctuary provides diverse natural habitats for various plant species.