The Sindh Wildlife Department, acting on a tip-off, confiscated several cages installed on trees to catch birds in the Muhammad Shah graveyard in New Karachi. reports Geo.

Several cages installed on old trees in the cemetery to catch birds were taken down, according to Sindh Wildlife Inspector Ijaz Nondani. He further elaborated that the suspects used to put food in cages on trees and control the doors of the cages with ropes which are several hundred feet long. As soon as the birds go inside the cage, they are caught by closing the doors with the rope.

Inspector Sindh Wildlife said that information is being collected regarding the search for poaching suspects.