The Endemic Species Research Institute has a good website, here:
It has some interesting information on Taiwan’s ecosystems.
As mentioned above, the Institute’s “Conservation Education Center” is a good place to visit. The phone number is:
049 761 331
It may soon be an even better place because, according to the website, they’re making an “Ecology Education Park” behind the center;
“To meet conservation research needs TESRI is laying out an Ecology Education Park consisting of 3.5 hectare site behlind the Institute’s headquarters. The park is divided into nine areas: an autumn color area, an economic plants area, a pond ecology area, a river ecology area, a grassland ecology area, a bee plants area, a grassy marshland ecology area, an evergreen broad-leaved forest area and an artificially-planted woodland and acclimation area. Thus the park will demonstrate three ecosystem types: forest, grassland and wetland. Once completed, the park will not only serve the needs of the Institute’s own staff for research into habitat improvement and management, but will also support the work of the Institute’s Education Center by providing an outloor ecology education site for the general public, students and schoolchildren.”