Turtle Bay and Binunsalian Bay Marine Sanctuary is located in Mangingisda, Puerto Princesa, Palawan and has a size of 25 hectares.
Turtle Bay Binunsalian Bay Marine Sanctuary News
These are the orphaned otters of Turtle and Binunsalian Bay. Their habitat is under threat by a massive ocean park by Seven Seas Properties. Please sign my petition to protect Palawan's biodiversity and their home. https://www.change.org/p/save-the-ott...
A petition to stop Seven Seas Properties and Hotel Centro to build an Ocean Park in Turtle and Binunsalian Bay has been launched on line via change.org.
The online petition was initiated by retired Philippine Air Force Colonel Ramon A. Limjoco and his daughter Diana. The two are residents of Bgy. Luzviminda, just a few kilometers from the mouth of Turtle Bay.
Through the petition, the Limjocos are requesting President Benigno Simeon C. Aquino and two other government agencies ??" Department of Environment and Natural Resources through Secretary Ramon Paje and Palawan Council for Sustaina ...
The bay where the otters are from is under threat by a large development which will affect their food chain, and the rest of the delicate ecosystem therein.
In the meantime, we take the orphaned Asian small clawed otters out for exercise, and to forage in the bay, until they are released. After about two hours, they jump back in the boat, and are ready to go back home for a nap.
The otters are so swift and graceful underwater! Please sign my petition to save their habitat from being ruined by a fake Ocean Park by Seven Seas Properties. https://www.change.org/p/save-the-ott...
7 Seas Corporation based in Singapore in a joint venture with Hotel Centro in Puerto Princesa, want to put in an Ocean Park in the protected bay and marine sanctuary outside of Puerto Princesa city, called Turtle bay, renamed (Kamia Bay for a resort by a local developer). If you click the link,
Seven Seas properties has taken down the artist renditions on this page. PCSD seemed not to know the extent of their development. No building should commence until Seven Seas has resubmitted the new exact plans.
All permits should be rescinded for bad faith and Turtle and ...
Rescued Asian small clawed otters of Palawan being rehabilitated for the wild. Learning to fend for themselves. Their habitat, Turtle Bay and Binunsalian Bays, both marine sanctuaries, are now under threat from a development by Seven Seas Properties. Please read my blog about this:
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