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    • B.F.A.R. upgrade 

      Luci, Charissa M. (Manila Bulletin, January 6, 2014, on page 6)
      Cebu Rep. Benhur Salimbangon has filed House Bill 2313 to amend Republic Act 8550, the Philippine Fisheries Code of 1998, to promote the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) directors and his two assistant ...
    • Baby dolphin found on Ormoc beach 

      Marticio, Marie Tonette Grace (Manila Bulletin, July 18, 2018, on page 7)
      A baby dolphin washed up on a beach in Barangay Macabug here Monday. A fisherman, Alfonso Agordo, found the beached mammal and reported to the authorities. Irish Belmonte, head of the Fishery Research and Development ...
    • Baby dugong appeals for help 

      Lena, Pearl G. (Manila Bulletin, May 25, 2004, on page B-13)
      Far beyond its weaning stage, the survival of a female baby dugong that was fished out from the seashore of Igang, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras is now at the public's mercy. Information gathered at the Office of the Protected ...
    • Baby Sea Turtles freed back into sea on Pawikan Festival 

      Regala, Franco G. (Manila Bulletin, November 30, 2017, on page B-7)
      Senator Cynthia Villar, together with Bataan Governor Abet Garcia, on Saturday, led a huge crowd in freeing more than a hundred marine turtle hatchlings into the sea during the annual celebration of the Pawikan Festival ...
    • Baby sea turtles released off San Jose shores 

      (Panay News, September 30, 2017, on page 2-14)
      Sixty-five green sea turtle (Cheloniamydas) hatchlings and three juvenile hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricate) were recently released on the shores of Barangay Madrangca of this capital town. Being in a province with ...
    • Baby sperm whale rescued off La Union 

      Elias, Jun (The Philippine Star, October 3, 2016, on page A-23)
      A wounded baby sperm whale was rescued off the shores of Barangay Carlatan in this city on Friday morning. The female whale, which weighs at least 100 kilos, is 6.5 feet long and has a body circumference of 45 inches, ...
    • Back in the day 

      Reyes, Jonas (Manila Bulletin, March 16, 2017, on page 6)
      Tribal elder Tata Kasoy skillfully demonstrates the traditional way of fishing at the Pamulaklakin Trail in Subic Bay Freeport, a favorite attraction/destination among nature lovers and tourists, especially during the ...
    • Back to Panatag? put it in writing 

      Visperas, Eva (The Philippine Star, October 25, 2016, on page 1-8)
      A local executive of Pangasinan province is set to file a board resolution urging President Duterte to put on paper his assurance that Filipinos can fish again in Chinese-occupied Panatag or Scarborough Shoal and let ...
    • Back to the 'boro' 

      Robles, Jojo A. (Manila Standard, November 1, 2016, on page A4-A5)
      The “boro,” as Filipino fishermen call it, is back. And hundreds of them have happily returned to their old, rich fishing grounds, coming home with their outrigger boats groaning with the weight of their bountiful catch. ...
    • Back to the sea 

      Romero, Jansen (Manila Bulletin, March 4, 2018, on page 1)
      A diver holds juvenile white-spotted shark (Chiloscyllium plagiosum) before he releases it to sea from the Marine Protected Area in Bagac, Bataan, Saturday. The ‘Back to the Wild’ Shark Release program is being undertaken ...
    • Back to the sea for trapped turtles 

      Calawag, Flord (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 16, 2015, on page A10)
      Rain suddenly poured at the break of dawn as 20 students and two instructors boarded the four-layered bamboo raft in Barangay Malabor, Tibiao, Antique province. They were about to experience “lambaklad” fishing in the ...
    • Back to the wild 

      Cruz, Federico (Manila Bulletin, April 28, 2017, on page 1)
      Asian Box turtles are released at the Angat Watershed Forest Reserve after by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR). The DENR has a rescue, rehabilitation and release program for wild animal in the reserve.
    • Back to the wild 

      Riñoza, Jojo (Manila Bulletin, June 2, 2013, on page 17)
      Divers and marine experts release 30 white-spotted bamboo sharks into the waters of the Hundreds Islands Park last Friday afternoon, May 31, 2013, in Alaminos City.
    • Bacolod Bredco port bans fishing boats 

      Acupan, Fraire (Panay News, June 10, 2016, on page 2-17)
      Small fishing boats will no longer be allowed at the Bredco (Bacolod Real Estate Development Corp.) port. Buoys will mark the "no fishing and no sailing zones" at the port, said Lieutenant Commander Ramil Palabrica, head ...
    • Bacolod lab granted ISO certification 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (The Daily Guardian, March 9, 2016, on page 6)
      The Negros Prawn Producers Cooperative Analytical and Diagnostic Laboratory has secured an International Standards Organization (ISO) certificate from the Philippine Accreditation Bureau (PAB) of the Department of Trade ...
    • Bacolod police help clean up river 

      Philippine News Agency (PNA) (Manila Bulletin, July 16, 2018, on page 6)
      Policemen in Bacolod led a simultaneous clean-up of rivers around the city on Saturday as part of the observance of the 23rd Police Community Relations (PCR) Month. Chief Inspector Sherlock Gabana, Bacolod police public ...
    • Bad weather heat trigger Bulacan fishkill 

      Reyes- Estrope, Carmela (Philippine Daily Inquirer, May 9, 2018, on page A10)
      Cloudy skies followed by extreme heat depleted oxygen in fishponds here, killing “bangus” (milkfish) worth P30 million over the weekend. The shift in weather, referred to by local fishermen as “alimuom,” was detected on ...
    • Bad weather stalls Tubbataha salvage operation anew 

      Esplanada, Jerry E. (Philippine Daily Inquirer, March 6, 2013, on page A7)
      Bad weather has forced a US Navy-contracted salvage team to suspend the dismantling of the USS Guardian, the minesweeper that has been grounded since Jan. 17 at the Tubbataha Reefs in the Sulu Sea, the Philippine Coast ...
    • Badjao group by Davao River learns new way to fish 

      Carillo, Carmencita (BusinessWorld, January 21, 2016, on page S1/5)
      An outrigger boat loaded with fresh sapsap (slipmouth fish) and talakitok (bigeye trevally) is hauled to shore at the St. John community in Barangay Bucana, and residents gather around for a look at their communal catch ...
    • Badjaos tapped as coastal marshals 

      Macabalang, Ali G. (Manila Bulletin, September 26, 2016, on page 18)
      Cotabato City – The Department of Agriculture (DA) will be tapping Badjaos, the country’s sea gypsies, as auxiliaries in the “Bantay Laut” program. DA Secretary Manny Piñol said his department has already identified some ...