Wolf, Coyote And Jackal Trap



Today I am going to show you an antique leg-hold trap. This more than a century old trap was bought by my grandfather. This trap is primarily used to trap wolf, fox, coyote, bobcat and jackal etc.
The trap contains several major components including jaws which restrain the foot of a captured animal. The springs provide tension on the jaws and hold them shut. A trap pan, dog and net at the basement serve as the trigger mechanism. Wood stake and chain is used to keep the captured animal at the capture site. When an animal places its foot on the pan or net, it releases the dog and the jaws close.



Wolf, Coyote And Jackal Trap

Homemade Bird Trap in Action

A video showing how to trap a bird using a simple homemade bird trap. The video was captured just for illustration purpose and the bird was release immediately.

 Homemade Bird Trap in Action

Pakistan Map

Pakistan having a total area of 881,913 square kilometers, is located in South Asia and is borders four countries. It is bordered by India to the east, Afghanistan to the west, Iran to the southwest and China in the northeast respectively. Pakistan's total land border is 6,774 km long. It has 2,912 km border with India, 2,430 km with Afghanistan, 909 km with Iran and 523 km with China. While surrounded by land from three sides, the Arabian Sea and the Gulf of Oman lie in the south, with a coastline of 1,046 km.

Pakistan Map


Different Species of Butterflies Found in Pakistan

A slide show depicting 38 different species of butterflies found in Pakistan, I have captured so far.


Swabi Teachers Protest

May 18, 2016 - Swabi:  All Teachers Coordination Council, Swabi held a protest against the cruel and inhuman policies of KPK government toward teachers community. A large number of teachers from all cadres as well as principal participated in the protest. They wore black ribbons on their arms. The protesters gathered at Government Middle School Swabi No.1, where their leaders addressed them. Later, they marched toward Aman Chowk.

Their main demands were:
1. Teachers election should be held without any further delay.
2. Old policy regarding teachers casual leave should remain intact ( They strongly rejected the new policy of one casual leave per month).
3.   75 per cent adhoc relief should be merged in their basic pay.

4. NTS appointee teachers should be regularized.
5. Teachers working in the hard area should be entitled to an additional allowance of Rs.10,000 each.

Swabi Teachers Protest



Utla Gadoon Swabi

Utla Gadoon Swabi



Hight Shcool Utla

Police Station Utla

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