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Developing Biodiversity Conservation Programs for 30 Years

PhilBio was established for the specific purpose of furthering the biodiversity conservation activities of the ‘Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Programme (PBCP)’ initiated in the 1990's.

November 23, 2021

Visayan Hornbill population

The Visayan Tarictic Hornbill Penelopides panini is an Endangered species endemic to the islands of Negros and Panay in the Philippines. Very few studies have been...

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November 23, 2021

Ecology of Philippine Scrubfowl

Ecological observations of the Philippine Scrubfowl Megapodius cumingii were conducted from March 2017 to December 2019 on Puerco Island off Palawan...

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November 15, 2021

The Story of Ada – Siquijor Hawk Owl

This is the story of Ada, the owl from the mystical island of Siquijor. A rescued bird that made its way back to the wild with the help fo Ody Lalim and her family...

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November 15, 2021

How Pilareneos saved endangered wildlife

In an isolated lowland forest in the town of Pilar in Western Visayas survives a large bird that sounds like a bleating goat. This is the Rufous-headed hornbill...

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October 17, 2021

Negros Island Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan

A total of 150 participants from 34 local government units of Negros Oriental and Negros Occidental, non-government organizations, Peoples Organizations...

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January 18, 2021

Restore Forests For Wildlife And People

A lot of tree planting activities rarely focus on bringing an entire forest back to life or extend the habitats of endangered species. Restoring a forest landscape that will...

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Join, learn and make a difference

Are you into birdwatching and working with communities? Here’s a chance for you to do both this coming January 3-16, 2021 as we visit the wetlands of Negros Occidental.

Watch PhilBio LIVE ONLINE as we talk about our latest exciting discoveries, scientific findings and conservation lessons. . Together with our partners, we will be sharing new updates on the critically endangered Sulu Hornbill.