The Baguashan Ecology Visitor Center is close to the Baguashan Great Buddha statue. The visitor center mainly introduces the grey-faced buzzards that pass by Baguashan mountain range on their way north or temporarily rest here around March each year. It also presents the fauna and flora of the Baguashan mountain range. The grey-faced buzzard is a raptor with high prey drive and a final consumer on top of its food chain. When the weather gets warmer in the north in the spring, these birds fly back to their breeding grounds from the south around early April; on the way north, they stop by the Baguashan scenic area to rest, which is why they are also given the nicknames “Southern Buzzard”, “Qingming Bird” and “Tomb-sweeping Bird” (Tomb-Sweeping Day is around the same time they migrate). The external walls of the center are embossed with an enlarged steel grey-faced buzzard based on the paper relief sculpture made by local artist Jen-wen Wang. This decoration allows visitors to clearly capture the grey-faced buzzard theme before entering; it is also a popular Facebook check-in spot for all ages. The first floor of the internal space includes a big buzzard lantern, an interactive wall of travel information on Baguashan, an AR play zone, a 720 degree VR flight experience, a raptor zone, and an audiovisual room. The second floor provides a grey-faced buzzard display room, ecology and culture special exhibition, Baguashan geology display room, introduction of the common plants of Baguashan scenic area, Formosan rock macaque display room, Story time with Ms. Butterfly, and a common insect zone. There are also travel advisors, video screenings, guided tours for group tourists by reservation, tourist information brochures and environmental education excursions available in the center. You are most welcome to visit with your family and friends and get ready to embark on a local ecological journey.