Published Articles

Increasing hornbill count in Negros

In what could be an interesting development, the Philippines Biodiversity Conservation Foundation Inc. (PhilBio) reported the increasing number of ...

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Unearthing Tabon Facts

In a remote island in Sulu Sea lies a nesting field of the Tabon Scrubfowl. Tabon is a local name given to a large, g...

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Citizen Scientists Count Endangered Black Shama

Filipinos can do more than merely trek and camp in the forests – they can help count birds too, all for a good cause. Twice a year, the Sil...

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Biodiversity Matters

PhilBio is giving you an opportunity to understand the importance of maintaining our biodiversity and in finding solutions to our current and ...

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Making Scientists Out of Filipino Citizens

Six hundred forty-seven Citizen Scientists joined the Synchronized Bio-monitoring and Hornbill Count from March 2017 to December 2019 in four ...

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Hope for Tawsi

In the southernmost part of the Philippines are clusters of smaller islands recognized as global biodiversity hotspots: Sulu and Tawi-Tawi arch...

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Wildlife Quiz Bowl Journey

Brynx Junil Alegarbes represented his Alma Mater, Negros Occidental High School, in the annual Negros Occidental Wildlife Quiz Bowl from 2016 - 2...

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