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Negros Forests and Ecological Foundation Biodiversity Conservation Center

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South Capitol Road, Bacolod, Negros Occidental 6100, Philippines
+63 34 433 9234
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Beautiful place that does good work

A place to see endangered species of different kids, ranging from cats to owls. The mission of the... read more

Reviewed 17 August 2017
Steffen E
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Norway
Fascinating collection of endangered native fauna

Visited for approximately 1 hour. + Unexpectedly spacious enclosures let visitors observe the... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
paolojcruz
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Pasig, Philippines
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South Capitol Road, Bacolod, Negros Occidental 6100, Philippines
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Reviewed 17 August 2017

A place to see endangered species of different kids, ranging from cats to owls. The mission of the place is to preserve these endangered species, which I find to be honorable.

1  Thank Steffen E
Reviewed 11 July 2017

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

Thank paolojcruz
Reviewed 16 March 2017

This is one of the best finds in Bacolod. I just wish they had more visitors and more funding. Many unique and near extinct animals and plants are here.

Thank bananaman708
Reviewed 2 November 2016

Tired of seeing tall buildings and shop hopping in the city? Why not take a break in a mini-zoo?!!!!

Thank mlm2000ed
Reviewed 8 September 2016

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!

Thank BMRP77
Reviewed 21 August 2016

It was nice seeing endangered species and rare animals but it would be better if the government gives support to this sanctuary. The place needs more caretakers. the pathwalks were filled with moss anyone can slip. Mosquitoes were everywhere too.

Thank Joanna O
Reviewed 13 August 2016

One of the most painful things to see are animals in cages. It borders on animal cruelty and that is also the reason why I am reluctant to visit any "animal showcase" kind of attraction. BUT! This time I make an exception because the goal...More

Thank cristabern
Reviewed 6 July 2016

It is depressing to see the animals in small and dirty cages. It doesn´t seem to be proper for those wild animals. I would´t go there again.

Thank Max P
Reviewed 10 June 2016

I do love to go to tourist attraction places...And this place is perfect...I will visit the place again..

1  Thank Mis C
Reviewed 14 February 2016

This was a quaint place to visit, seemingly out of place in the heart of the city. It has mostly bird species and a few animals. It's a small place, but it's good for a few minutes of animal appreciation.

1  Thank malupit
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