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If you're somebody who likes animals, visit this place. Here, you'll find the Visayan Spotted deer, the local wild cat called Maral, and among others. They restore endemic species of Negros Occidental. Your entrance fee/ donation will surely go a long way in this worthy...More
Located opposite capitol lagoon park, this place is a center for public awareness about Negros endangered species. From the street, the singn is not too attractive and the surroundings look like forest in the city but endangered animals are kept in crampy , dirty cages...More
A wonderful snapshot of wildlife native to Negros. The animals are well cared for, the setting is lush and the keepers are dedicated. We were fascinated to see the unusual and endangered creatures and encouraged by the conservation work being undertaken. I would definitely recommend...More
Bacolod City does not have "a zoo", however, this is the closest thing. Despite the small enclosures, the animals are well-protected and well-fed. This is an opportunity for people, young and old, to witness in a controlled environment, and be educated about the biodiversity of...More
Visited for approximately 1 hour.
+ Unexpectedly spacious enclosures let visitors observe the animals and birds up close and personal
+ Apparent effort made to recreate habitats as closely as possible
+ Sufficiently detailed information about each species (conservation, habitat, which part of Negros island...More
This Center has been around for some time, and the great work they have done in artificial breeding of four species, found only on the island and nowhere else in the world -- e.g. the Negros bleeding-heart pigeon, is definitely worth a visit!