Tamaraw Count 2019

The recent Tamaraw Count in the Mts. Iglit-Baco Natural Park in Occidental Mindoro has officially recorded a total of 480 individuals from 18...

2019 First Quarter Newsletter

Our First Quarter 2019 Newsletter is out now! Click here for the complete...

Bird Survey at Apo Reef Natural Park

In our first quarter newsletter, we featured about migratory birds in Naujan Lake National Park and their importance. Similarly, migratory birds can...

The Chairman’s Report

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World Wetlands Day Celebration 2019

Wetlands are diverse and productive ecosystems that are either permanently or seasonally flooded with water. Such areas exist all around the globe...

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Tamaraw Count 2019

The recent Tamaraw Count in the Mts. Iglit-Baco Natural Park in Occidental Mindoro has officially recorded a total of 480 individuals from 18 vantage points.  The Tamaraw Count was initiated in 2000 and is now an annual event that takes place in Mts. Iglit-Baco...

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Bird Survey at Apo Reef Natural Park

In our first quarter newsletter, we featured about migratory birds in Naujan Lake National Park and their importance. Similarly, migratory birds can be observed at the Apo Reef Natural Park (ARNP) in Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro.  The ARNP is a component of the...

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World Wetlands Day Celebration 2019

Wetlands are diverse and productive ecosystems that are either permanently or seasonally flooded with water. Such areas exist all around the globe and provide multiple benefits to humans and other living creatures. Recognizing the importance of these ecosystems, an...

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Asian Waterbird Census 2019

Many migratory birds travel along the East Asian-Australasian Flyway seeking temporary refuge during the non-breeding season, between the months of September to April. Some of these migratory birds are observed in Naujan Lake National Park (NLNP), a Wetland of...

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