Karatal-Japyryk State Nature Reserve
|Karatal-Japyryk State Nature Reserve|
Son Kol sector, Karatal-Japyryk Nature Reserve
|Location||Naryn Region, Kyrgyzstan|
|Area||21,016 ha (51,930 acres)|
The Karatal-Japyryk State Nature Reserve is located in Naryn Region of Kyrgyzstan. It was established in 1994 with a purpose of conservation of unique nature complexes, protection of rare and threatened species of flora and fauna of Central Tien-Shan, and maintain regional environmental balance. The reserve currently occupies 21,016 hectares (51,930 acres) and consists of 3 areas Song-Kul, Karatal-Achatash, and Chatyr-Kul. The Chatyr-Kul area of the nature reserve is a Ramsar site.
- "Karatal Zhapyrk Nr State Nature Reserve". protectedplanet.net. Archived from the original on 2012-08-30. Retrieved 2012-05-08.
- Protected Areas of Central Asia and Kazakhstan: Karatal-Japyryk State Nature Reserve (in Russian), archived from the original on 18 August 2011, retrieved 18 April 2010
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