May 6th was a special day for Pangulasian Island Resort, as it carried out its first successful Green Hour - an event where electricity is totally cut off throughout the resort for one whole hour.
Seeing that the turtle was weak and vulnerable in an island popular among tourists, Fritz decided to take it home to Pangulasian Island to see if anything could be done for the little guy.
The eastern reef egret (Egretta sacra) sometimes comes off as the bird that can't make up its mind. Not content with being one color, this bird comes in three shades - blue-gray, white, and a mottled somewhere-in-between.
If you spot a flock of black birds with blood-red eyes, don't freak out! They're just Asian glossy starlings (Aplonis panayensis) roosting together for the night.
You'll have no trouble identifying the stork-billed kingfisher (Pelargopsis capensis) when you see it - its size, bright ocher and blue-green color, and prominent red beak makes it unmistakable.
Ever tried to identify the small, fast-flying birds flitting around the El Nido Resorts properties? If you caught a quick glimpse of a brown face then you're in luck - you just spotted a Pacific swallow!
It was a wet and wild World Oceans Day celebration for El Nido Resorts (ENR), as staff volunteered their off-duty hours to clean up El Nido and Taytay's beaches, experience the daily operations of the ENR Materials Recovery Facility (MRF), play water-related games, and unleash their musical talent via a songwriting contest.
El Nido Resorts celebrated Earth Day last April 22, 2013 with coastal and underwater cleanups, games, and a poster-making contest. Good food and a beach jam capped off the event.
In our opinion, learning how to dive and actually diving are some of the best things that you can do in life. There's just something magical about slipping under the ocean's surface and exploring what lies in the big blue.