Laguna is not only known for its hot springs (which I haven't tried yet unfortunately), but also for quite a number of falls located within the area. Since I have been to the famous Pagsanjan and the splendid Buntot Palos, it's time to visit another one. I have been seeing a lot of photos lately about this wonderful work of nature and I wouldn't want to miss the chance to see it for myself - San Salvador's Hulugan Falls.
We started our journey early because we were told that it can get really crowded during weekends. True enough, we already saw a lot of groups who rode the jeepney with us t ...
Bike ride adventure going to Tayak Hill And Nature Park in Rizal, Laguna.
Here is a video of an Ashy Drongo that Nicky videoscoped from Makiling a few months back. This is the subspecies leucogenis, a rare migrant to the Philippines, with just one other report a few years back in the local bird club's records. Incidentally, the previous sighting was also from the lowland forests of Mt. Makiling, Laguna. The other race leucophaeus shown below the video ranges only in Palawan where it is a common bird, often found in exposed perches. What big difference in terms of plumage! Possible split?