Hadero Lake (Urdu: ہڈیری جھیل) is situated in the place of Thatta District, Sindh, Hudero is significant brackish water wetland of the province Sindh, where variation of waterfowl prefer to pass their time. It is at Hudero that one is more likely to observe Swans, Crans, Storks, and feeding flocks of Pelicans. It is believed to be one of the favorite lake of orionthologist. Hadero was announced as the wildlife refuge with objects to conserve and secure the natural atmosphere in and around the lake for several migratory and resident birds. Lake Hadero is located at 24 49’N and 67 52’E. It deploys about 85 kilometers to the east of the city Karachi. This lake was genuinely announced as a Game Sanctuary under Section 15 of the West Pakistan Wildlife Protection Ordinance 1959 in the year 1971. In the year 1977 it was announced as Wildlife Sanctuary under a notification by Sindhi Government. At the period of announcement if secured area local people were permitted to catch fish from lake don’t have the right to disturb the birds in the season of winter. Hadero is placed on the edge of stony desert. It is a very natural lake in shallow depression. It has a surface place of 1321 hectars (5 Sq. Miles). Among the fauna instead of fishes, waterfowl on the lake are immensely at great number due to the comparatively less disturbed condition. Also waders and cormorants are very normal. The lake is owned by the Pakistan’s Government. It was previously secured for shooting purpose in the year of 1971 but keeping in view it potential and birds varieties finally it got the status of wildlife sanctuary. Due to its fish resources and on it dependency of local Mirbhar (fishermen) fishing was permitted for their livelihood. For regular checking of wetland resources Sindh Wildlife Department has offered a facility of residential quarters for sanctuary staff, which is containing over One Sanctuary Assistant, and 6 Game Watchers Pakistan.