Ragay Gulf

Quezon

Ragay Gulf is a large gulf in the southern part of Luzon island, Philippines, part of the Sibuyan Sea. It is separated from Tayabas Bay by the Bondoc Peninsula in the west, while the Bicol Peninsula forms its eastern boundary.

Ragay Gulf News

  • Mga Baby Pawikan Pinakawalan Sa CamSur

    Mahigit 50 baby pawikan ang pinakawalan sa Ragay Gulf Camarines Norte. Nong nakaraang taon pa dumayo sa Ragay Gulg ang green sea turtle para mangitlog.

  • 2 sugatang dolphin napadpad sa baybayin ng Tagkawayan

    2 sugatang dolphin napadpad sa baybayin ng Tagkawayan

    Dalawang sugatang dolphin ang magkahiwalay na nakita sa baybayin ng Tagkawayan, Quezon nitong Sabado. Ang isa sa kanila, halos mabulag na dahil sa tinamong sugat.

    Ayon kay dzBB reporter Peewee Bacuño, ang unang dolphin ay nakita sa baybayin ng barangay Aldavoc dakong 10:00 a.m. na puro sugat sa katawan at halos mabulag na ang kanang mata.

    Ang dolphin ay nakita ng mga kabataang naliligo sa dagat.

    Kaagad namang dumating sa lugar ang mga kinatawan ng lokal na pamahalaan para masuri ang kalagayan ng dolphin.

    Pero dahil sa kawalan ng sapat na gamit at gamot, isinakay ng municipal fish ...

  • Dolphin released in CamSur returns is rescued from being eaten by locals

    Dolphin released in CamSur returns is rescued from being eaten by locals

    A dolphin that was trapped Saturday off Camarines Sur province returned to the area Sunday, but got a nearly deadly welcome there.

    Some local residents caught the dolphin and tried to kill it for food, GMA News correspondent Peewee Bacuño reported Sunday evening.

    On Saturday, the dolphin had been trapped in a resort's protection net off Sta. Rita island in Del Gallego town, but was freed and released back into the water.

    It turned out that it merely swam around Ragay Gulf and returned to the area.

    Resort owner Sherwin Bugarin, an ecological volunteer, rushed to a barangay near ...

  • Butanding Back In Quezon Waters After 20 Yrs

    Whale sharks, the world's largest fish and one of the country's top tourist drawers, are back in the waters of Quezon province after more than 20 years.

    Mayors of coastal municipalities, particularly in the Lamon Bay area in the fourth district, reported the presence of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus), locally known as "butanding," while attending the Provincial Peace and Order Council meeting here recently.

    Volunteers of Bantay Dagat (sea patrol) in Lucena City and other southern towns as far as the Bondoc Peninsula also reported sightings of the whale sharks in Tayabas Bay.

    The Inter ...

  • 2 Dolphins Plucked From Quezon Seas

    Two injured dolphins were rescued and returned to the sea by fishers along the coast of Quezon province on Wednesday and Monday, a lawyer from an environmentalist group and a provincial official said.

    Lawyer Sheila de Leon, head of Tanggol Kalikasan-Southern Tagalog, said, a 1½-meter female dolphin got entangled in the fishing net of a local fisherman in Bantigue village in Pagbilao town facing Tayabas Bay early Wednesday.

    "The dolphin had no serious injuries, only minor bruises," De Leon said.

    She said fisherman Daniel Ruicol brought the dolphin to the shoreline of Sunshine Beach Re ...

  • Pamalakaya to spearhead Jpepa free zone campaign

    Pamalakaya to spearhead Jpepa free zone campaign

    A fisherfolk alliance is set to lead an across-the-country campaign to oppose the Japan-Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (Jpepa), which is still pending ratification in the Senate.

    The purpose of the campaign is to declare all the country's archipelagic waters and major fishing grounds as Jpepa-free zone areas and to create awareness among the people about the evils that the bilateral pact could inflict on the country, said the Pambansang Lakas ng Kilusang Mamamalakaya ng Pilipinas (Pamalakaya).

    "Once a fishing ground is declared a Jpepa free zone area, Japanese factory ships h ...