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Coastal Road North Lagoon

Site: Coastal Road Lagoons and Tambo Mudflats (11 stations)
City: Las Pinas and Paranaque
Count Type:
On foot
Date: January 23, 2005
Date of Previous Count: December 27, 2004
Condition of Wetland: Wet
Protection: Unprotected
Uses: Small Scale Fishing
Threats: Conversion of mangroves; pollution by domestic sewage; solid wastes; industrial wastes; limited poaching and reclamation
Time of Count: 9:22 am - 6:00 pm
Participants Name and Affiliation: Amado Bajarias from the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines; Rey M.T. Aguinaldo, Leah Orcilla, Heidee Pabalate, Giselle Garcia, Jonathan Pena and Benigno Petras Jr. of MBEMP-SMP-NCR


Bird Counts:

  1. Little Grebe - 4
  2. Grey Heron - 23
  3. Purple Heron - 1
  4. Intermediate Egret - 1
  5. Little Egret - 61
  6. Little Heron - 19
  7. Black-crowned Night-heron - 2
  8. Rufous Night-heron - 5
  9. Yellow Bittern - 3
  10. Common Moorhen - 2
  11. Grey Plover - 14
  12. Asian Golden Plover - 93
  13. Little Ringed Plover - 72
  14. Kentish Plover- 613
  15. Lesser Sand-Plover - 72
  16. Common Redshank - 186
  17. Common Greenshank - 90
  18. Wood Sandpiper - 6
  19. Common Sandpiper - 12
  20. Marsh Sandpiper - 220
  21. Rufous-necked Stint - 7
  22. Black-winged Stilt - 40
  23. Little Tern - 1
  24. Whiskered Tern - 473
  25. Island Collared-Dove - 2
  26. Spotted Dove - 1
  27. Zebra Dove - 2
  28. Common Kingfisher - 3
  29. White-collared Kingfisher - 6
  30. Barn Swallow - 4
  31. Pacific Swallow - 1
  32. Yellow-vented Bulbul - 2
  33. Pied Fantail - 1
  34. Grey Wagtail - 1
  35. White-breasted Woodswallow - 1
  36. Brown Shrike - 6
  37. Eurasian Tree Sparrow - 46
  38. Scaly-breasted Munia - 14
  39. Chestnut Munia - 20
  40. Tringa sp - 50

 

Related Links:
Asian Waterbird Census 2004 | Barangay Baluarte, Bulacan | Cavite City Bay and Fishponds of Sta. Cruz
Coastal Road Lagoons | Noveleta Saltpans and Fishponds | Tanza Coastal Wetland