PBCFI

Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc enhance and enable the conservation of the Philippines unique and threatened environment, biodiversity and natural resources into perpetuity, through the establishment of integrated biodiversity conservation and development programs particularly conservation breeding, that include dissemination of knowledge, management practices and the active p ...

articipation and collaboration of relevant stakeholders, particularly those who are dependent upon the natural resources of the region.

Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc PBCFI News

  • Coron An Island Of Nature, Culture

    Early this month, I had the chance to revisit the Coron Island in Coron town, Palawan after I facilitated a planning workshop for the conservation sites of the Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. in the adjacent municipality of Busuanga.

    Coron and Busuanga towns occupy the Busuanga Island, and along with the island municipality of Cullion and other smaller islands and islets, comprise the Calamianes Group of Islands, also known as Calamianes, which has distinct and unique ecosystems and habitats that harbor some single-island endemic species.

    It was as if it was still m ...

  • 10 Environmental Organizations You Can Join

    10 Environmental Organizations You Can Join

    We can take the next step and join these organizations that go the extra mile in saving the only Earth that we have.

  • Pushing The Big 5

    Pushing The Big 5

    Sugbo Turismo to roll out five southern towns as eco-tourism destinations

    Five southern towns will be at the forefront of the provincial tourism office's thrust to make Cebu a community-based eco-tourism destination.

    Sugbo Turismo Cebu's provincial tourism office, will roll out "The Big 5," which is a cluster of five destinations putting local communities as well as the conservation of natural and cultural heritage at the center of tourism development.

    "It will level up the playing field of small-time players, especially local communities who are supposed to take care of their own loc ...

  • Department Of Environment And Natural Resources To Conduct Synchronized Hornbill Count In Negros

    Department Of Environment And Natural Resources To Conduct Synchronized Hornbill Count In Negros

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources-Negros Island Region (DENR-NIR) has announced that it will spearhead the first synchronized Hornbill Count in the three protected areas across the island next month to mark the 16th year of the Biodiversity Monitoring System (BMS).

    On June 1, the BMS/Hornbill Count will kick off at the Balinsasayao Twin Lakes Natural Park in Sibulan, Negros Oriental; June 9, Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park; and June 20, Northern Negros Natural Park.

    Negros Island is home to a number of endemic and threatened species, including the endangered Visayan hornbill ( ...

  • DENR Monitors Migratory Birds In Western Visayas Wetlands

    DENR Monitors Migratory Birds In Western Visayas Wetlands

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) is monitoring priority wetlands in Western Visayas for the presence of migratory birds following the sighting of a Brent Goose in Hinactacan, Lapaz here last February 4.

    It was recorded as the first Brent Goose (Branta bernica nigricans) to visit the Philippines by the DENR's Conservation and Development Division (CDD).

    The visit of the Brent Goose was confirmed by bird experts Philip Godfrey Jakosalem and Liza Paguntalan of the Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. (PBCFI) when they went to the area to validate t ...

  • Negros Occidental Bird Festival Draws 10000 Crowd

    Negros Occidental Bird Festival Draws 10000 Crowd

    The Provincial of Government of Negros Occidental has reached the target 10,000 participants and guests in its hosting of the 11th Philippine Bird Festival from November 24 to 27.

    Themed "Pagpanghangkat sa aton tanan, kabuhing ilahas aton amligan," the four-day activity ended on Sunday.

    Records of the Provincial Environment Management Office (Pemo) showed that simultaneous activities in different local government units (LGUs) like the cities of Sagay, Victorias, Silay and Bago, and towns of San Enrique, Pontevedra and Murcia, among others have drawn almost 4,000 participants, mostly comm ...