Tag STUDIES

21 Sep

Annual Report 2021

PhilBio on its 15th and 30th year still standing strong in delivering better results that benefit people, wildlife and nature in a year of unparalleled challenges.

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23 Nov

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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23 Nov

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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15 Nov

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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15 Nov

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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17 Oct

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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18 Jan

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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12 Jul

Increasing hornbill count in Negros

In what could be an interesting development, the Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. (PhilBio) reported the increasing number...

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10 Jul

Unearthing Tabon <br> Facts

In a remote island in Sulu Sea lies a nesting field of the Tabon Scrubfowl. Tabon is a local name given to a large, ground-dwelling bird that has huge (mega) feet (pode)...

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4 Jun

Citizen Scientists Count Endangered Black Shama

Filipinos can do more than merely trek and camp in the forests – they can help count birds too, all for a good cause. Twice a year, the Sil...

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