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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
2LT Jun C. Arrojo (Res) PA - President
Sir James D. Tumbaga
Dr. Eva B. Macugay
PCI Tomas A. Balanay (Ret)
Rev. Placido Diaz
Ms. Concepcion I. Cruz
Mr. Filomeno R. Velasco Jr.
Mr. Fidencio Quitazol Jr.


MESSAGE OF THE DIRECTORS

MAKE ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY WITH US Read message...
by 2LT Jun C. Arrojo (Res) PA - President


THE MAGIC WONDER OF
NATURE Read message...
by Sir James D. Tumbaga

 
 
 


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WHY A BIRD SANCTUARY?
When the French tested their nuclear bombs in the Pacific, the island nearest to Ground Zero became a howling wilderness where not even a blade of grass was left alive. Environmental scientists declared the island would remain dead for at least a century. But just three years after the nuclear blasts were stopped due to the efforts of Greenpeace, an international non-government (NGO) organization against the proliferation of nuclear weapons, the island was again lush with vegetation. How did this marvel happen? Birds flying over the island dropped their own bombs – their dung. The radiation has been dissipated and washed away by storm winds and rainfall, and the seeds carried and fertilized by the bird droppings began to sprout. This underlines the role birds play in our eco-system. They are the number one agents of reforestation.
Vision Statement:
To work towards the preservation of biodiversity, spearhead the development of natural attractions, promote environmental policies and pursue sustainable practices for the benefit of future generations.
Mission Statement:
To become the country’s foremost breeding capital of endangered avian species.

Project Objectives:
• Preservation of the alarmingly diminishing sites for bio-diversity.
• Uplift the standard of living of communities within the Ecotourism Zone;
• Enhance student awareness of the importance of biodiversity and ecological balance.