Dachigam National Park authorities expect rise in endangered Hangul population

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Srinagar, Nov 11 (ANI): The Dachigam National Park authorities have pinned hope for rise in the population of Hangul, a Kashmiri stag, in the present rutting season. Hangul is the only surviving asiatic member of the Red Deer family. Hangul’s breeding season begins in October and ends in mid November. The fawns are born in late May or early June. The park authorities have taken all necessary measures to ensure minimum disturbance across the park. The park, which was initially created to ensure clean drinking water supply for Srinagar, has been protected since 1910. It was declared a national park in 1981.

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