Welcome to eBON, the online newsletter of the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines.
Visit us every month to read new and original articles about wild birds, birdwatching, and bird photography in the Philippines written by the members and friends of the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines. Learn about the Philippines and its wonderful birds by reading eBON!
eBON: What’s in a name?
eBON is a playful take on the Filipino word “ibon” which means “bird” used for the WBCP newsletter to show the electronic means of publishing and sharing of content
ROUNDUP OF ACTIVITIES
The different activities in the past months of the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines is summarized in this section of eBON. Stay updated and be informed about the many events the members are involved in and maybe you can participate in upcoming events too!
This column features a series of articles written by eBON editor and Wildlife Biologist Nikki Dyanne Realubit. The column focuses on the nitty gritty of bird science and natural history topics, hopefully translating hard to digest lectures/seminars/material into something that the discerning reader can appreciate.
The column is written by eBON editor Maia Tanedo and focuses on the basics of birdwatching as well as some answers to basic questions birders may be asking at the back of their minds. Have a birding-related question? Email the author and she’ll try to answer best she can.
BIRD OF THE MOMENT
eBON features a specific bird in each issue and publishes a photo of the featured bird as taken through the lens of its different members.
THE HISTORY CORNER
WBCP Records Committee member Christian Perez shares interesting historical articles about birds, illustrations, books, and other topics all pertaining to Philippine birds.
Every month, the eBON Team includes a variety of articles covering bird festivals here and abroad, bird census, new birding sites, and others!