The Padysha-Ata State Reserve was established in 2003 and covers an area of 305 square kilometres. It is located in Aksy district, Jalal-Abad region, within the western Tien Shan area, in the basin of Padysha-Ata river (41°43'28.00"N 71°34'42.00"E) .
This reserve was established to preserve natural juniper forests and the endemic of the country - Semenov fir and biodiversity in general.
Kyrgyzstan 2017, Padysha-Ata State Reserve.
The stamp was issued in the series "Unesco World Heritage Protected Areas".