Electronic Birdwatchers Online Newsletter

WELCOME!

This is the site of eBON,  the online newsletter of the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines.

The current issue is the APRIL 2014 issue.
Click on the link above to see the entire April 2014 issue. Or click on a title below to go directly to that article.

  

9th Philippine Bird Festival – Zamboanga

by Marites Falcon

The excitement from the recently concluded Bird Festival captured in a photo timeline!

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STORIES FROM THE BIRD FEST
compiled by Christine Telesforo

WBCP volunteers and local and foreign delegates share their 9th PBF experience.

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WHY BIRD RECORDS MATTER
by Ned Liuag

Ned Liuag writes about the importance of keeping bird records and what WBCP members, citizen scientists, and nature lovers can do to help.

Go Birding!

Go Birding!

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EVOLUTION, ECOLOGY AND ETHNO-ORNITHOLOGY AS TOOLS FOR CONSERVATION: A STUDY OF HORNBILLS -  A TALK BY DR. JUAN CARLOS T. GONZALES
by Jamie Dichaves

Jamie Dichaves reports on the talk given by Dr. Juan Carlos T. Gonzales “Evolution, Ecology and Ethno-Ornithology as Tools for Conservation: A Study of Hornbills” during a Café Scientifique event hosted by UP Los Banos Department of Science and Communication.

Café Scientifique

Café Scientifique

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THE WHOLE TRIP WAS A LIFER! MALAYSIAN RAPTOR WATCH 2014
by Jason Apolonio

Jason Apolonio enthusiastically tackles new experiences and responsibilities on his first trip abroad as a WBCP representative to the 2014 Malaysian Raptor Watch.  Owling, gear shopping, dinners, dancing, counting raptors, and more. It’s a tough job, but somebody has to do it!

sober hearts!

sober hearts!

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MARCH 2014 ROUNDUP
by Mike Lu and James Biron

The Wild Bird Club of the Philippines continues to promote birding all over the Philippines, from Baguio to Zamboanga! Read about all the WBCP activities for the month of March

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Here’s to more birds and birding!
Happy Reading!