Mga aktibidad para sa selebrasyon kan world wildlife day, kasado na!

“It’s time to get serious about wildlife crimes”, ini an napapanahon na tema para sa taunan na selebrasyon kan “World Wildlife Day” sa ngunian na Marso 3, 2015.

Tampok sa sarung aldaw na okasyon an simpleng programa asin mga aktibidad na pigpreparar kan DENR V dangan isasagibo sa Albay Park and Wildlife sa brgy. Bogtong, Legaspi City. Mapoon an programa sa paagi nin banal na misa, alas otso emedya nin aga, susundan nin seremonya para sa “Climate Change Adaptation Pledge of Commitment” na pangengenotan ni Ms. Cheryll o. Rebeta, Park Manager, APW. Matao man nin mensahe sinda PBM Job Belen, Chairman, Committee on Environment and Natural Resources, Gov. Joey S. Salceda kan Albay asin Engr. Gilbert c. Gonzales, regional director kan DENR V. Maserbe na ‘highlight sa okasyon an “launching of megamouth shark for viewing” sa paagi kan taskforce megamouth sa irarum kan pamamayo ni Mr. Arnold S. Embestro, Taskforce Chairman. Magkakaigwa man nin “animal mascot parade with the band asin orientation /viewing of different exhibits of wildlife flora and fauna” na ihahatud kan DENR V.

An United Nations  General Assembly  durante kan 68th Congress  kan Desyembre 20 2013, pormal na pigproklamar an Marso tres bilang World Wildlife Day. An partisipasyon kan bilog na nasyon sa okasyon na ini, parte man nin pagpaheling nin suporta o “commitment” kan Pilipinas sa Convention on International Trade in Endangerred Species of Wild Flora And Fauna [CITES], na sarung kasunduan o tratado na pinag adaptar kan 1973 ngani na magkaigwa nin regulasyon sa lagduan na commercial trade nin mga hayop asin tanum sa bilog na kinaban.

Broadcast Release: February 26, 2015

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GREEN SEA TURTLE RELEASED IN VIRAC, CATANDUANES

A green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas), locally known as Pawikan, was released by the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office (PENRO) Catanduanes together with the Provincial Government of Catanduanes to the shores of Barangay Capilihan, Virac, Catanduanes on August 5, 2019.

The Pawikan which measured approximately 51 centimeters (cm.) long and 47 cm. wide was found in Barangay Antipolo, Bagamanoc by Richard Cabrera, a fisherman in the said barangay, and turned-over to the office for its inspection and release.

Moreover, this is the ninth recorded release of marine turtle this year in the province of Catanduanes.

The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) V continuously calls on the public to report such incidents and turnover any wildlife to proper authorities for proper handling and release them to their natural habitat. Continuous information, education and communication (IEC) campaign is being undertaken by the DENR, which have caused increasing numbers of public turn overs to the office.*JNLoria###

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DENR Bicol Hastens Government Procurement Process

DENR BICOL HAS A NEW GUARD. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) Bicol has a new guard in the person of Atty. Gil A. Aromin, CESO IV. By virtue of Special Order 2019-07 dated January 7, 2019, Atty. Aromin will lead DENR Bicol replacing Regional Executive Director Atty. Antonio A. Abawag, CESO IV who will also serve as RED of DENR Region 2.

DENR BICOL CONDUCTS YOUTH FORUM IN CAMARINES NORTE

DENR BICOL SPEARHEADS INTERNATIONAL COASTAL CLEAN-UP 2018

Masbate Kids Celebrate WMBD. (Photo by: Cyrus Job Dela Cruz)

Sunset as seen near the Naro Island Wildlife Sanctuary (NIWS), a Protected Area (PA) located at the southern part of Masbate Province. (Photo by: Cyrus Job Dela Cruz)

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