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Talima Marine Sanctuary: A Seamless Blend of Nature and Humanity

Talima Marine Sanctuary: A Seamless Blend of Nature and Humanity

In general, natural places where modernity and humanity have encroached experience some sort of change. Most exhibit a degree of damage while some are even downright devastated. So it’s a really a joyful feeling when we encounter beautifully preserved natural areas right in the heart of a bustling province. The Talima Marine Sanctuary right at […]

San Vicente Marine Sanctuary: A Developing Success in Marine Conservation

Have you ever observed something in progress? While evidence of man-made progress is generally observable, Mother Nature takes a rather slow, gradual, and unobtrusive path. She takes a lot of time—sometimes counted in tens, hundreds, or thousands of years—to heal, improve, or change the environs of a place. Seeing Mother Nature at work, even in […]

Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary: A Refuge for the World’s Migratory Birds

If you take a look at a world map, you will quickly realize the Philippines is in a strategic location. It serves as a waypoint, an entry point, an exit point, and a pit stop to the rest of mainland Asia. It is not difficult to understand then why several countries in the past spilled […]