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Bartels Scientific Illustration Internship and The Philippine Eagle Center

Before anything, a little back story! : )

Earlier this year, I heard about the Bartels Scientific Illustration Internship at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology from Liza (thank you!), who learned of it from the Ayala Museum (thanks Ms. 2,956 more words

Projects

Haribon

King! Caesar of Birds, O the Lord of the Forest!
Innate magnificence, the soaring noble pride.
Nature has crowned you with one great majestic crest. 48 more words

Poetry

Philippine Eagle released back into the wild on Independence Day b

By Karen Lou Deloso

Photos by Eden Jhan Licayan After nearly three years of intensive rehabilitation, the Philippine eagle named ‘Pamana’ was released back into the wild Friday, June 12 in time for the national celebration of the Independence Day. 44 more words

News Environment

Philippine Eagle released back into the wild on Independence Day

By Karen Lou Deloso Photos by Eden Jhan Licayan After nearly three years of intensive rehabilitation, the Philippine eagle named ‘Pamana’ was released back into the wild Friday, June 12 in time for the national celebration of the Independence Day. 609 more words
DAVAO REGION

Daghang Salamat Dabaw!

 Title Translation: Thank You So Much Davao!

(This is not a Davao travel guide. )

DAVAO CITY, 2014 – Our first trip outside Luzon as a group. 603 more words

People And Places

Oh, this bird.

This picture of our local eagle gets me every time since I wrote In the eye of a lone flyer and in fact made it my phone wallpaper. 366 more words

Writing & Blogging

flora and fauna

Many of our plant and animal species in the Philippines become endangered mainly because of human activities. One of the major threats is habitat destruction. This is mostly due to the conversion of grasslands or forests into residential areas, construction of buildings, or road and highway construction. 638 more words

Nature