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Haribon's two biologists both participated in the Poster Presentations with their entries. Mr. Kevin Carlo Artiaga presented “Raptor observations in Mt. Susong Dalaga, San Luis, Aurora Province” authored by himself and Mr. Daniel Miguel from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR).
Pioneering national biodiversity conservation organization Haribon is calling on the public to factor in the environment in deciding who to vote for on May 13, Election Day. But while at this, we are saddened in showing this reality: environmental and conservation issues have been neglected in these elections, especially with those running for positions, who bear the burden of enlightening the electorate, having little to show as far as the environment is concerned.
Held for two days on April 26 and April 28, the fun birding activities were Haribon's contribution to the “Fledge to Pledge” (P2F) initiative, an international grassroots campaign where birders commit to bring their friends who have never been into birdwatching before to see our feathery tree inhabitants basking in their full winged glory.
Haribon celebrated Earth Day last April 21 with awesome, fun, educational activities for young and old alike with this year’s theme, “Save Manila Bay”.
Haribon Foundation recently conducted a perception survey at the Laguna-Quezon Land Grant (LQLG), Siniloan, Laguna, a public land owned by University of the Philippines Los Banos, specifically the Brgy. Maunlad of Real Quezon. The Laguna-Quezon Land Grant has an area of 5,729 ha and is bounded by Real, Quezon and Siniloan, Laguna.