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Conservation work doesn't just happen in our forests or oceans. It must also happen in our cities via education.
Haribon Member Lanie Carillo shares with us her experience scouring the country's 5th largest lake for endangered migratory bird species, including some "tough ducks".
You've heard of the Sierra Madre in songs or in movies, but what doesn't take center stage is the reality that it supplies millions of people with food, water, and shelter. Being the Philippines' longest mountain range, it also holds within it some of the country's oldest forests and unique wildlife. Its conservation must continue.
Many Urban Birds may "seem common" but when conservationists in India noticed declines in House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) populations during the 1990's, they took notice. Learn more here.
A calendar of events involving everything from forests to seas, from animals to the air. Days of celebration and action are mere reminders of what we should be doing every day: learning and practicing more sustainable and efficient ways of living for the sake of ourselves and our planet.