The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (PWRCC), formerly known as the Crocodile Farm and Nature Park or Crocodile Farming Institute, is a national research institute devoted for the protection of wildlife and for research studies on endangered species under the supervision and management of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources Protected Areas and Wildlife Bureau (DENR-P ...
AWB). It is located in Puerto Princesa City, the capital of the island province of Palawan in the Philippines.
Palawan Wildlife Rescue Conservation Center PWRCC News
You?ve never been to Palawan if you havent set foot on its beautiful capital, Puerto Princesa.
Located in Barangay Irawan in Puerto Princesa City in Palawan, the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center is one of the most visited tourist attractions of the city.
My husband Matt and I are both self-confessed workaholics. Although we try to make time for ourselves and our kids, we still end up spending more time at work and come home feeling burned out. And since weve never been to Puerto Princesa, Palawan, it seemed like the ideal destination for us.
Hi Everyone! Here is day 3 of my vacation in Palawan! I go on the famous city tour where I visit the Crocodile Farm & Wildlife Center, Mitra's Ranch and Baker's Hill. See what I get up to on the 3rd day of vlogging in Palawan! Enjoy!
It is my third time in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan (PPS). The first time, I came with a friend and our main destination is the underground river. We decided to explore Honda Bay and do a city tour but I got sick and we ended up staying in the hotel and watching a movie at the cinema. The second time, I just stayed briefly since we went to El Nido, which by the way, is a must-visit.
Isinuko ng isang residente ng Puerto Princesa ang isang nanganganib nang mawala na pagong na nasagip nitong Huwebes.
?Nakita ko sa kalsada (ang bakoko na) tumatawid sa pagitan ng Libis at Western Command Road, kaya nang nakita ko siya, pinulot ko po,? ani Baldo Guanco.
Sira na ang shell ng bakoko nang masagip ito ni Guanco. Mayroon na itong tapyas at mahigit kalahati na ng shell nito ang nabalatan.
Naisipan ni Guanco na i-surrender ito sa Palawan Council for Sustainable Development (PCSD) matapos mapag-alamang isa ito sa mga endangered species.
?Sayang naman kasi kung mamatay lang, ...