Our Be GREAT (Guard, Respect, Educate Apulit, Taytay) outreach at Palawan State University Taytay marks multiple firsts.
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.
For this episode, "Enchanting El Nido" takes you to meet the colorful anemonefishes in Apulit Island Resort's house reef!
El Nido Resorts joined the rest of the world in celebrating the 27th annual International Coastal Cleanup last September 15, 2012.
El Nido Resorts Environment Department held its annual Nature Interpretation training for the Marine Sports Guides and Guest Activity Coordinators (GACs) of Miniloc, Lagen, Apulit, and the soon-to-open Pangulasian Island Resorts last July 28-August 8 and August 14-16, 2012.