Tolipir National Park
Tolipir National Park is located in Rawlakot tehsil of Poonch District, Kashmir, Pakistan. It is about 8,600 feet above sea level. The park is relatively small, covering an area of 52 km2 and exhibiting a wide heterogeneity in available habitat conditions.
There is also a hill station named Toli Pir which is named after an elder on whose shrine is located. It is the highest point of Rawalkot tehsil and is the confluence of three mountain ranges. Abbaspur, Bagh and Poonch river can be seen from here.
Some species in the park, such as the common leopard, bent-winged bat, and black bear, are considered near threatened, conservation dependent, and vulnerable to extinction, respectively. There is a high degree of diversity in the park, as indicated by Simpson and Shannon-Wiener index calculations.