Wase Local Government Area is located is Plateau southern region of Plateau State.
It is one of the five (5) last remaining breeding ground for the white pelican birds of Africa, a specie endangered in the face of man made desertification taking place globally. Wase rock stands at 350 metres (1,150 ft) above the sea level and takes the shape of dome and among the five remaining rocky inselberg in the world.
Wase rock is big and huge and its view can be seen from a radius of 40 kilometers (25 miles) and Plateau State Government conserves aa total of 321 hectares of its surrounding lands as a bird sanctuary and for wildlife development.
Traditions and history points to the protective relationship that exist between Wase rock and the people of Wase Local Government Area in Plateau State especially in terms of wars and crisis, a fact further confirmed by the inability of invaders to penetrate its wall during invasion.
Wase Rock average monthly temperature ranges between 25-300C and extreme cold conditions during raining season.