Located at Lane 150 Section 5 Xinyi Road beside Exit 2 of MRT Xiangshan Station the Park used to be a military firing range. After the firing range moved away the site was converted to a strip-shaped Park built along the foot of Xianshan (Elephant Mountain). With shady trees chirping birds and fragrant flowers the Park has become a popular spot for morning joggers. nbsp; The noteworthy feature of the Park is that it is the only location in the City where tree frogs can be spotted. Taipei tree frog (Rhacophorus taipeianus) is a protected species endemic to Taiwan with its size ranging between 3 and 5 cm and in different colours like yellow and green. It was discovered and named in 1978 by Prof Wang Chin-Jan of National Taiwan University. The tree frog sanctuary is located at the northeast corner of Zhongqiang Park. To provide tree frogs with a protected sustainable habitat in Zhongqiang Park Giant Elephant rsquo;s Ear and Ginger Lily are planted alongside native species such as Tuberous Sword Fern Cretan Brake Fern Chinese Taro Common Tree Fern and Bird rsquo;s Nest Fern; furthermore a water pump was installed at the sanctuary to supply a fixed amount of water to the tree frog natural reserve to preserve its wetland condition and thereby ensure habitat sustainability.