(Last Updated on : 27-07-2016)
Manibugh Wetland is located in Pampore Area of Jammu and Kashmir
. Manibugh Wetland was managed for organized shooting from November/ December till April.
Location of Manibugh Wetland
Manibugh Wetland is spread over 2 square kilometres of land and marshes. It is situated in Pampore area of Kashmir Valley in Jammu and Kashmir.
Attraction of Manibugh Wetland
Manibugh Wetland is the breeding ground and the meeting point of many birds. This wetland is characterised by the low level body.
Agriculture of Manibugh Wetland
Manibugh Wetland has the paddy cultivation area. The organic wash is the cultivation here.
Economy of Manibugh Wetland
Manibugh Wetland in Jammu and Kashmir was managed for organized shooting from November to December till April. However this practise has been stopped from past few years as protection to the wetland and flora and fauna is proposed by the wildlife authorities.
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