Chad is a country subject to hot, dry, dusty conditions. Harmattan Winds are a feature in the northern part of the country. The Vegetation in the country is broadly categorized under the three regions of the northern Sahara zone, the central Sahel zone and the southern Sudan zone. All the three zones are of equal proportion
Lake Chad lies on the country’s western edge and extends across the border into Niger, Nigeria and Cameroon is one of the richest areas of flora in the country although it is rapidly reducing in size. The well drained soils of the areas once supported areas of dense woodlands with ebony and kapok tress but this have declined due to soil erosions and degradation.

Management Authority
Head of Division of Hunting and Anti Poaching
Mr Klamon Haktoin
Tel: +235 66 01 97 71