Beijing Endangered Animal Center


Beijing Endangered Animal Center located in Yongding, Beijing, it covers an area of 120,000 square meters and a floor space of 42,000 square meters. It is the largest Endangered Animal Center in China, and integrates sightseeing, scientific popularization and education, and recreation and their tomb. The center will take in wild animals seized in accordance with state protection laws, and provide medical attention, food and protection until further handover instructions are received from the local superior department in charge of wild animal protection. The center will also serve as a major education center to raise public awareness with regard to the protection of endangered wild animals.

Beijing endangered Animal Center provides funds for wildlife research, makes grants to national and local animal welfare organizations, and offers many more services to help animals in distress., saving the seals from slaughter, saving the elephants, and pet rescue are major focus areas for our animal rescue league. Our wildlife and domestic animal welfare society has even helped in the area of animal assisted therapy. Protecting endangered species, providing humane treatment for domestic animals, preserving habitat for wildlife and more requires assistance from a generous donor base.

Traffic: Take Bus No. 943 and get off at Yongdingmen, and get off at Donghulin Stop