June 05, 2015

Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife Rescue Center

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    This park located in the heart of Quezon City is more than what meets the eye.

    A lush park with artificial ponds, small aquariums and even a manmade lagoon, the Ninoy Aquino Parks and Rescue Center is a botanical garden, public park and wildlife conservation center in one. In addition to that, it also has facilities that almost make it a zoo. Animals suffering from illnesses of injuries are taken here to recuperate. They also receive animals rescued from illegal sales and black market raids. Originally named Quezon Memorial National Park, it was renamed in honor of the late Mr. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino. Admission fee is cheap at P5.00 for students and P8.00 for non-students. Persons with disabilities (PWDs) and senior citizens are free of entrance.

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    As a rescue center, Ninoy Aquino Parks serves as a home to confiscated and abandoned animals for rehabilitation.


    Elliptical Rd, Diliman, Quezon City


    02-924-6031 to 35 


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