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January 2016

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Project Technical Progress Report January - December 2015

 


14 November 2015

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Project Technical Progress Report August - December 2014

Project Technical Progress Report January - July 2014

 


1 September 2015

PHILIPPINE COCKATOO CONSERVATION PROGRAM (PCCP) IN NARRA, PALAWAN BAGS 2015 GALING POOK AWARD

The Philippine Cockatoo Conservation Program (PCCP) in Narra, Palawan was chosen one of the ten Galing Pook Awardees in 2015 from 16 finalists all over the Philippines. The award was received by none other than the Municipal Mayor of Narra, Lucena D. Demaala along with her municipal council and the PCCP management in SMX Convention Center in Pasay City on Tuesday, September 1.


June 2015

THE PHILIPPINE COCKATOO FESTIVALS - SAVE THE KATALA, TELL THE WORLD!

Again, June has come and the Katala's chirp is loudly heard again as we celebrated our annual festivals in Narra and Dumaran, Palawan. “Save the Katala, tell the world!”, this year’s theme resounded the walls of the Narra gymnasium on June 26, 2015 as nearly 2,000 students had fun celebrating the 9th Katala Festival and a mini bird fest. Meanwhile in Dumaran (northern project site), the Kalabukay Festival 2015 marked its 12th year anniversary in June 19 hence the theme “Isang dosenang pagpupugay alay sa Kalabukay”.


June 2015

HONORABLE MAYOR LUCENA DEMAALA OF NARRA, PALAWAN APPROVED MUNICIPAL RESOLUTION NO. 2015-2501

Honorable Mayor Lucena Demaala of Narra, Palawan approved Municipal Resolution No. 2015-2501, a resolution declaring the month of June as Katala Awareness Month in the Municipality of Narra, Province of Palawan.


02 February 2015

PETER AND INDIRA WIDMANN, PCCP NOMINATED UNDER THE NEW EAZA SPECIES CHAMPIONS PROGRAMME

Peter and Indira Widmann are nominated under the new EAZA (European Association of Zoos and Aquaria) Species Champions Programme through their commitment to the conservation of Philippine cockatoo and its habitats and other highly threatened species. Read the article in Zooquaria, a quarterly publication of EAZA.

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