is a Nature Park dedicated to the care of endangered species of
animals found in the Philippines, particularly crocodilians. It
nurtures and cares for Crocodylus mindorensis, a freshwater
Philippine crocodile, and for Crocodylus porosus, a saltwater
crocodilian commonly found in Australia, Papua New Guinea, and
many countries of Asia. Aside from crocodiles, the Park at the
moment also cares for civet cats and reptiles (including pythons,
iguanas, and monitor lizards). It also maintains a small aviary
that includes lovebirds, parakeets, parrots, pigeons and hawks.
All these animals are housed separately in suitable ponds or cages,
with efforts to simulate aspects of their habitat that can be
replicated in captivity.
Kitsie’s Crocodiles is managed by the
Kadre ng Kalikasan Foundation, in cooperation
with the Natural
Resources Development Corporation,
Department of Environment and Natural Resources
of the Philippines.