Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary
Chumbi Surla Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Chakwal District, Punjab, Pakistan. It is spread over 138,840 acres of natural subtropical thorn scrub forest, with 15,000 acres of state forest. The sanctuary is home to the endangered Punjab urial (wild sheep), and black and grey francolins. Also home to a diverse range of flora, including dominant grass and herb species.
The peripheral areas of the sanctuary are jointly owned by local inhabitants and are being used as grazing land. Major crops like wheat, sorghum, maize, barley, millets, guara, peanut, and some oilseeds like mustard and raya are grown in the area.