Support the protection of Japan’s Asiatic black bears – WWF

Wednesday, Jul 13, 2022 0

 

An island nation with wide-ranging flora and fauna, Japan’s extensive natural landscapes are home to many rare habitats and protected species. One of the larger animals to inhabit the Japanese wilderness is the Asiatic black bear. The Picchio Wildlife Research Center in Karuizawa, one hour from Tokyo, provides educational programs and habitat management projects as part of the efforts to protect the bears living in the hills of the area. Join a highly trained Picchio eco-tour guide to search for the bears with a focus on sustainability, learning how to keep the bears safe from extinction while also protecting human safety. www.japan.travel/en/UK



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