The ACCB gives free tours (voluntary donation at the end if you want) at 1pm Mon-Sat, by both local and international staff. Aside from the tour, you can't enter the grounds, as it's more of a wildlife rescue and sanctuary facility than a zoo. They have birds of prey, water birds (including the only captive M/F pair of greater adjutants in the world I think, and lots of Lesser Adjutants) and green peafowl. They have gibbons and a family of silver langurs in free-range paddocks filled with trees surrounded by tall electric fences. There is a captive breeding colony of endangered Elongated Tortoises, different kinds of freshwater turtles and water snakes typical of the Tonle Sap lake, slow lorises, mavaques, big monitor lizards and a Malayan palm civet. When we visited they had two leopard cat kittens. There is also a pangolin facility but as they're nocturnal they're always hiding when tourists come. The guides are very knowledgeable and explain about each species' life history and conservation status. Great to have some direct information about their wildlife conservation work.
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