National Park launches program to preserve endangered animals

Cuc Phuong National Park in Ninh Binh province has launched the “Revival Journey” program with the aim of preserving endangered animals such as the grey langur, the brown-shanked douc langur, and the Ha Tinh langur.

The organisers hope the program will help inspire a love of nature and a sense of responsibility to protect forests and conserve biodiversity in the community by allowing visitors to participate in the care and treatment of animals, especially rare and endangered species.

In phase 1 of the program, organisers will pilot operations to rescue endangered primates. In phase 2, they have added conservation activities for the Cuc Phuong Turtle and Pangolin.

According to the Organising Committee, there are four packages for visitors to take part in, which are “Companion”, “Heart connection”, “Going home”, and “Special”.

The “Going home” package, which was kicked off recently, has proven popular, with the active participation of visitors who have become more aware of the risk of extinction facing rare species./.