Ibajay's Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park: A Nature's Haven
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Mayor Ma. Lourdes Miraflores of Ibajay disclosed that the "Katunggan it Ibajay" is the only and most diverse natural growth mangrove community in the whole Philippines and even in Southeast Asia as confirmed by the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center - Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC-AQD). A total of 28 species of mangroves or 80 percent of the total 35 Philippine mangrove species with its exotic, giant and century-old "piapi" trees could be found at the Eco-Tourism Park. The 44.22 hectares mangroves was declared as Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park through the Municipal Ordinance No. 092, s, 2009.
Reyes, J. L., & Villasis, S. (2010, January 26). Ibajay's Mangrove Eco-Tourism Park: A Nature's Haven. Panay News, p. B1.
Ecotourism; Protected areas; Mangroves; Environmental legislation; Environmental protection; Training; Development projects; Mangrove conservation; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/ Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); Aklan State University (ASU); Zoological Society of London (ZSL); Miraflores, Ma. Lourdes; Saladar, Roberto L.; Relingo, Anna Mae C.; Rowan, Theodore R.; Villorente, Marivel S.; Primavera, Jurgenne H.; Ibajay, Aklan
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