The Kirthar National Park, Sindhi is arranged in the Kirthar Mountains in Jamshoro District in Sindh, Pakistan. It was established in 1974 and extends more than 3,087 square kilometers, making it the second biggest national park in Pakistan after Hingol National Park. The fauna contains Indian panthers, striped hyenas, Indian wolves, ratels, urials, chinkara gazelles and uncommon Sind wild goats. Blackbuck pronghorns are kept in walled in areas for a reintroduction venture at Kirthar National Park. Most enormous predators have been executed with the last panther shot in 1977. The recreation center is open by four wheel drive vehicles while two rest houses having a place with the Sindh Wildlife Department are accessible for visitor settlement.