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BIRDS OF LLPCHEA

Mark Jason Villa gave a presentation during the 8th Philippine Bird Festival on the birds of LLPCHEA. These are some of the images from his presentation.

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The Birds of the Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area
by Mark Jason Villa

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Birds of LPPCHEA

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Map of LPPCHEA
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Some facts about LPPCHEA
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Aerial view of LPPCHEA
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Birds come out to feed at LPPCHEA during low tide
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Ponds inside Freedom Island in LPPCHEA that birds use during high tide.
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Our festival logo for this year’s Philippine bird festival is of
Little Egrets. They are commonly seen in LPPCHEA.
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Some other egrets reported in LPPCHEA: Intermediate Egret, Great
Egret, Reef Egret and Chinese Egret.
Some 100 Grey Herons spend the winter in LPPCHEA
Some 100 Grey Herons spend the winter in LPPCHEA
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Rarely found in LPPCHEA is the Purple Heron
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Yellow Bittern, Cinnamon Bittern, Striated Heron and Black-crowned
Night herons are some of the resident heron species in LPPCHEA
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Resident Birds are birds that can be found in LPPCHEA throughout
the year. Some of these are: Zebra Dove, Spotted Dove, Barred Rail,
Philippine Duck, Collared Kingfisher, Yellow-vented Bulbul,
Bright-capped Cisticola, Pacific Swallow, Striated Grassbird, Crested
Myna, Pied Fantail, Chestnut Munia
residents
The Barred Rail, Common Moorhen and White-breasted Waterhens are
some resident species found in LPPCHEA.
Sandpipers are a family of migratory birds that can be found
during the winter in LPPCHEA: Common Greenshank, Common Redshank, Common Sandpiper, Whimbrel, Sanderling, Black-winged Stilt, Marsh, Sandpiper, Grey-tailed Tattler, Little-ringed Plover, Greater Sand, Plover, Asian Golden Plover, Ruddy Turnstone.
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Migratory path of some of the species found in LPPCHEA
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Bar-tailed Godwit, known to for its herculean feat of flying
non-stop from Alaska to New Zealand (distance of more than 11,000km in just over a week) has been recorded in LPPCHEA.
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Bar-tailed Godwit in flight
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Black-winged Stilts numbering a couple of thousand birds have been
counted in LPPCHEA
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Some smaller migrants found in LPPCHEA ( Whiskered Tern, Brown
Shrike, Common Kingfisher and Barn Swallow)
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LPPCHEA’s star birds are the migratory Birds , which are birds
that can be found in the area during the months of August to March.

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