The blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus) is one of the most common sharks in the nearshore waters of the tropical and subtropical Indo-Pacific. This shark is pale grayish-brown on the dorsal side and white on the ventral side. All its fins have black tips highlighted by lighter-colored borders. Younger sharks usually stay on shallow, sandy... Continue Reading →
“G.R.E.E.N.-minded Ka Na Ba?”, the newest and hippest Nature Interpretation Training Challenge to hit Palawan is making waves this 2012!
Did you know that one of the things that I like about being an Environmental Officer is that I never stop learning new things?
In Western cultures, it’s a popular Christmas tradition for a couple to kiss when they meet under mistletoe. But did you know that there are also species of mistletoe that can be found in Palawan?
This is what happens when you combine AIR Environmental Officer Mavic Doctor and an expert botanist.