Kaplankyr State Reserve

Nature Reserves of Turkmenistan

Kaplankyr State Reserve: founded at the junction of borders of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan in 1979 (Dashoguz Velayat) for the protection and restoration of the Houbara bustard (Chlamydotis undulata), waterfowl and waders, Ustyurt subspecies of urial, saiga, Persian gazelle, honey badger, kulan and other representatives of flora and fauna of the Kaplankyr Hills and the neighboring territory of North Turkmenistan.

The area of the reserve is 282,200 hectares.