The Mabuwaya Foundation Philippine Crocodile Rearing and Visitors Center is located on the shores of the Ilagan river in San Mariano, Isabela.
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Katulad ng buwaya na sala sa init, sala sa lamig, hindi nagpapigil sa sama ng panahon ang mga estudyante ng San Mariano, Isabela.
Suot ang mga costume na buwaya, pumarada sila sa Poblacion para sa Croc Festival ng bayan.
Hango ang Croc Festival sa Philippine Crocodile na pinangangalagaan ng Mabuwaya Foundation ng San Mariano.
Ayon kay Bernard Tarun na Species Conservation Specialist ng Mabuwaya Foundation, mayroon na silang 71 na buwayang pinakawalan at may 72 pang inaalagaan sa kanilang pasilidad.
Layon nilang paramihin pa ang mga buwayang ito dahil kabilang sila sa Critically End ...
Much effort was put into education and awareness campaigns to increase public acceptance of the crocodile. After their confidence was gained, local people and officials became involved in the active protection of the species.
Changing The Image Of The World's Rarest Crocodile In The Philippines.
The critically endangered Philippine crocodile is the rarest crocodile in the world. The only two remaining wild populations are in northern Luzon and in southwest Mindanao. The biggest problem the crocodile faces is its negative image. Many local people view them as dangerous, and k ...
The VPRO children's television show Beestieboys visited the Philippine crocodile project of the Mabuwaya Foundation. Presenters Tim and Nicolaas met CML researcher Merlijn van Weerd, who is director of the Mabuwaya Foundation. They joined him on a crocodile night survey and during a school lecture on crocodiles and conservation in a small Philippine village.
The highlight of the show is the release of a captive-raised Philippine crocodile into the wild, together with one of the Philippine schoolkids, Jackie.
CML has been involved in Philippine crocodile research activities since 1999 whe ...
If you're constantly looking for new places to explore; if getting lost in a forest is your kind of adventure; if your idea of paradise is to bask in nature's beauty without a crowd of tourists behind you, then Isabela is the destination for you.
The province sits atop picture-perfect Sierra Madre, the longest mountain range in this archipelago of 7, 507 islands. It has the second largest land area in the Philippines, bursting with lush forests, dreamy valleys and pristine beaches. Much of the province's rustic charm is also still there, devoid of unhealthy doses of commercialism and touri ...
Although Isabela did not play a major role in the revolt against Spain, it is in Palanan that the final pages of the Philippines Revolution was written when the American forces led by Gen. Frederick Funston finally captured Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo in the area on March 23, 1901.
Dinapigue showcases a bonsai forest with plants ranging from one foot to 7 feet in height. The forest is astonishing ??" covering an estimated 5,000 hectares.
Crocodile Sanctuary Of San Mariano
San Mariano houses a gallery of spectacles ranging from its flora and fauna to the ...
Doc Nielsen Donato returns to Isabela to check on the critically endangered Philippine crocodiles. He visits former patient, Fernando, a Philippine croc that was turned over to Mabuwaya Foundation after residents complained that the animal was preying on their livestock. Several years ago, Philippine crocodiles which are found nowhere else on the planet, dwindled to only 100 mature individuals in the wild. The Mabuwaya Foundation began a program to reintroduce a new generation of crocodiles back into the wild in hopes of saving their species. Doc Nielsen checks on the progress of the crocs and ...