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SCALING UP PALAWAN PANGOLIN CONSERVATION - DEVELOPING THE FIRST NATIONAL CONSERVATION STRATEGY FOR THE SPECIES

This month the Palawan Council for Sustainable Development Staff (PCSDS), Katala Foundation Incorporated (KFI), Zoological Society of London (ZSL) Philippines, and the IUCN SSC Pangolin Specialist Group held a workshop to develop the first ever national conservation strategy for the Palawan pangolin. This is a critical first step for the endemic species, populations of which are declining rapidly.



17 April 2018

CONSERVATION GROUPS UNITE TO SAVE THE ENDANGERED PALAWAN PANGOLIN

Conservation groups in the Philippines this week joined forces with the government, indigenous peoples groups and key law enforcement agencies to launch the first ever national strategy to save the endangered Palawan pangolin (Manis culionensis), the only pangolin species to occur in the Philippines.



30 March 2018

EMPOWERING WOMEN AND INMATES: SEWING FOR A CAUSE

Two sets of skills trainings on sewing Cockatoo and other wildlife keychains were completed simultaneously on March 25-27, 2018. The skills training engaged both active local partners of the Katala Foundation (KFI) in conserving the Philippine Cockatoo and its habitat in the island province of Palawan.


09 March 2018

KATALA FOUNDATION, INC. HOLDS 1ST KATALA FESTIVAL IN PUERTO PRINCESA CITY


KNOW MORE ABOUT THE PHILIPPINE COCKATOO CONSERVATION PROGRAM (Video credit: ZGAP)


 

WATCH GALING POOK SEASON 3 E05 (AUGUST 30, 2016) FEATURING PHILIPPINE COCKATOO CONSERVATION IN NARRA PALAWAN, HOSTED BY DR. EDDIE DOROTAN (Video credit: Galing Pook)


Credit: Whitley Fund for Nature

19 May 2017

INDIRA LACERNA-WIDMANN RECEIVES THE 2017 WHITLEY AWARD PRESENTED BY HRH THE PRINCESS ROYAL

Indira Lacerna-Widmann is the winner of the Whitley Award donated by Notting Hill Preparatory School with her  work "Partnering with prisoners to safeguard the Critically Endangered Philippine cockatoo". The 2017 Whitley Awards Ceremony was held on 18th May at The Royal Geographical Society in London. The Ceremony was hosted by Tom Heap with the Whitley Awards presented to the winners by WFN Patron, HRH The Princess Royal, in front of over 500 guests. Click here for the photos and video of Indira's work.

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