Our Vision is the long-term conservation of the Philippines’ native and endemic wildlife and natural habitats for the benefit of future generations of all peoples who may inhabit and share the natural resources of the country.


Other Conservation Activities

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Philippines - Small islandsMt Tuai, Camiguin SurSiquijor, Camotes, Masbate/Ticao and Tablas Islands (at intervals from 1992 to present): diverse avifaunal and other surveys, awareness campaigns, etc.

Sulu Islands (2002 to present): various threatened species surveys in Sibutu, Tawi-tawi and offshore islands (1994 to 2000), and first recent surveys on Jolo and off-shore islands.

Batanes and Babuyan Islands (from 2004 to 2007): habitat and vertebrate surveys of all major islands and various follow-up studies,

Dinagat Island (from 2005 to present): a recently initiated, island-wide ethno-biological and species survey, with particular reference to the island’s various endemic mammals (tarsier, cloud rat, etc.) and other threatened fauna and habitats.

Bird surveys Mt TimpoongCamiguin Sur Island (from 2012 to present): diverse surveys conducted in collaboration with biology students from Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT), particularly on the distribution of the endemic Camiguin Narrow-mouthed Frog (Oreophryne nana) and Camiguin Hawk Owl (Ninox leventisi); pending surveys to justify the protection of recently identified forest patches outside of the Mt. Hibok-Hibok – Mt. Timpoong Protected Landscape.