Lehri Nature Park

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Lehri Nature Park is situated in Jhelum District, northern Punjab, Pakistan. The park is almost 90 kilometres on GT Road in the hilly Pothohar region from Islamabad and almost 40 kilometers from Jhelum City. It is 10 kilometres from GT Road. The park has lodgings for the night. It is named after the Union Council of the village Lehri. Lehri village is approx 10miles from the park. The residents of Lehri village are mainly the descendants of the Gakhar tribe of the Pothohar region in Pakistan.

It is spread over 17,000 acres and is covered with phulai (Senegalia modesta), sanatha (dodonea viscosa) and wild olive.[1]

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  1. ^ Rashid, Salman (1 June 2013). "Lehri Nature Reserve". Salman Rashid's Blog - Travel writer, Fellow of Royal Geographical Society. Retrieved 27 May 2015. 

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