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Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department

The Department comes under the Ministry of Forests and Wildlife and is headed by a Provincial Secretary Forest and Wildlife. The Forests & Wildlife Department has history of over a century, initially established under the British Colonial Rule. Later on, the department was working under West Pakistan Forest Service and ultimately separated in 1970s as a Provincial Department.


To safeguard, enhance, and sustainably manage the rich and diverse forest and wildlife resources of Balochistan, ensuring their ecological integrity for the benefit of present and future generations, and contributing to the province’s socio-economic development.

Organizational Structure


Emblem of Balochistan Forest Department

Our Story

The Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department is responsible for the conservation and management of forests and wildlife in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. Over the years, this department has played a crucial role in preserving the region's unique natural heritage and promoting sustainable practices. Here's a brief story of the Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department:

The department's history can be traced back to the colonial era when British authorities established forest reserves to meet their timber needs. However, the focus was primarily on exploitation rather than conservation.

After Pakistan gained independence in 1947, efforts were made to reorient the department's goals towards conservation and sustainable forest management. The Balochistan Forest & Wildlife Department was officially established to oversee these activities in the province

Ghulam Muhammad

Chief Conservator of Forests (south) balochistan

Sharif u din baloch

cheif conservator wildlife balochistan

Ziagham ali

Chief Conservator of Forests (North) balochistan

Masror Jamal

chief Conservator soil conservation Balochistan