Opol Marine Fish Sanctuary is located in Luyongbonbon, Opol, Misamis Oriental and has a size of 5.3 hectares.
Opol Marine Fish Sanctuary News
The month of September is all too important to the diving community, internationally every third Saturday is declared as coastal and underwater cleanup. For the past years marine enthusiasts and environmentalists gather together sharing resources and time and for this endeavor. They have gone a long way to protect and preserve our oceans and the amazing life that contain our vast waters.
As a diver, I have always wanted to be part of it, connected with all other in the waters to gather trash and marine debris. So last September 21 together with my favorite dive buddy, we joined my dive ment ...
Ating Koop party-list and environment groups Sulog and Task Force Macajalar (TFM) threw their support to Molugan Bantay Kalikasan (MBK) in Barangay Molugan, El Salvador City in its opposition against the proposed opening of an oil depot there.
Ating Koop Rep. Isidro Lico said putting up the oil depot within the residential area will clearly bring danger to the people living there.
Seaoil will build and operate its oil depot where the defunct Timber Industries of the Philippines (Tipi) used to stand.
"This is really very dangerous for the people around Opol and Molugan. Look at what ha ...
Hundreds of residents of Barangay Molugan, in El Salvador City held a picket Thursday morning in front of the defunct Timber Industries of the Philippines Inc. (Tipi) against the putting up of an oil depot in there.
Nicandro Borja, leader of the Molugan Bantay Kalikasan, said the area where the proposed five hectares oil depot fuel company Sea Oil is residential and it is only a few meters away from the seashore.
He said small fishermen in the area will be affected by the proposed oil depot as it will likely contaminate the sea, making it unsafe for the fishes to thrive and unfit for the ...
Adventure Misamis Oriental Dolphins.
It was raining hard for two days prior to our scheduled dives and on the day of our trip, the sky continued to pour its seemingly endless tears.
Batanes is not really for us this year. The unfavorable circumstances were enough reasons to give up our dream of visiting the land of beautiful lighthouses and rolling hills. There are reasons for everything and there maybe deeper reasons more than the weather, we thought.
Strong rain and winds persisted as we arrived in the port of Batangas. The Philippine Coast Guard suspended the trips of trigger boats to and from Puerto Galera that day due ...
September 25, 2010 was the International Coastal Cleanup Day, so I flew up all the way to Cagayan de Oro City for the second time this month to participate in cleanup activities on the shore of Opol Beach and its underwater marine sanctuary. It was organized by Dive Special Diving Central and the Local Government Unit of Opol, Misamis Oriental.
Students, residents, volunteers and divers heed the call and willingly helped to cleanup on this day. Several groups of non-divers collected bags of waste in an hour. Meanwhile, divers rode the boat provided by Opol Mayor Dixon Yasay and proceeded t ...