DENR-7 joins the 2018 World Wildlife Day

In celebration of the 2018 World Wildlife Day, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) 7 through its Conservation and Development Division (CDD) partnered with MLhuillier for the conduct of an exposure visit at the Cebu Safari and Adventure Park in Carmen, Cebu.

Led by Cebu Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Officer Cleo Cary Colis, the activity attended by around 100 DENR personnel was aimed to promote protection of wildlife species in the Philipppines.

"Public awareness is very important in order for us to make informed decisions as we continue to pursue countryside development. We all have to realize that protection of the wildlife and their habitats should be one of the major considerations," said PENRO Cleo Cary Colis.

He added that protection of the wildlife may be ensured with the strong participation and involvement of the public. He urged everyone to report illegal wildlife trade.

The World Wildlife Day was globally celebrated on March 3, the day the landmark Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) was adopted in 1973. This year’s theme is “Big cats: predators under threat.”

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Turn-over Ceremony of DENR-7 Officials

Two equally deserving personnel of PENRO Negros Oriental accepted the challenge that go along with being promoted to higher positions. In a simple yet symbolic turnover ceremony, For. Roldan Cotejo turned over the key of responsibility to Maricor Katada, Chief for the Licenses, Patents and Deeds Divison as the new OIC Chief, Technical Services for PENRO Negros Oriental.

In his message, Cotejo said change is inevitable in any organization and is grateful of the opportunity that comes along with it, as he embarks into his new journey as CENR Officer of Ayungon, Negros Oriental. He encouraged everyone to extend full support to the new TSD chief whom he thinks is best suited for the said position.

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Photo Releases

Olango Island Wildlife Sanctuary. OIWS is the country’s first wetland of international importance for waterfowl declared under RAMSAR. This wetland area is now a critical stopover for tens of thousands of migratory birds travelling the East Asian Migratory Flyway, one of the most important shorebird and water bird migratory flyways in the world.

 

Hidden Bird Paradise. Mahaba Island in Talibon, Bohol is an undiscovered bird’s paradise. Mahaba Island is part of Barangay Calituban, one of eight island barangays of the Municipality of Talibon, which is located on the northwest side of Bohol.

Counting the gains of NGP. One of the most successful and remarkable milestones of National Greening Program (NGP) in Central Visayas is the established Coffee Plantations in San Pascual, Ubay, Bohol established in 2011 by the Ubay Federated Tree Planters Association, Inc. (UFTPAI).

As of today, UFTPAI native coffee is now marketed in Ubay and all other neighboring municipalities in Bohol.

Bugnay Wine. Made and produced by partner people’s organization, the Ubay Federated Tree Planters Association, Inc. (UFTPAI) in San Pascual, Ubay, Bohol

Man-made Molave Forest. One of Siquijor’s pride, the reforestation site is one of the oldest in the country, established in 1937. This 202.15-hectare molave plantation is found in Salagdoong, Maria, Siquijor.

Man-made Molave Forest (Salagdoong, Maria, Siquijor)

Nature’s Mystic Beauty. Lamanoc Island, Anda, Bohol. A newly discovered ecotourism destination in Bohol and is part of the Candijay-Anda-Mabini Mangrove Swamp Forest Reserve and Wilderness Area, a protected area managed by the DENR.

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