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6 viewsForest restoration aide Ramel Busa in PPE suit prepping for a day of grass cutting. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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6 viewsForester Guiller Opiso leading a group of volunteers during a nature walk session. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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5 viewsHealthy Malibago seedlings at the carbon forest tree nursery. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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5 viewsFast growing or pioneer trees between 6 months and 2 years old in one of the restoration plots. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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6 viewsBantay Bukid Forest Guard volunteers doing strip brushing at the restoration plots. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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4 viewsAn officer of the 11th Forward Service Support Unit (FSSU) of the Philippine Army receiving his brithday token from his comrades at the carbon forest. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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4 viewsStudents of Davao Christian High School and nearly 4,000 more volunteers gave a helping hand before the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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4 viewsDrone photo of the restoration area overwhlemed by Paragrass and other weeds in 2018. Photo courtesy of Philippine Eagle Foundation
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12 viewsThe wounded serpent eagle photographed at the residence of Jerome Piodos, who rescued it on New Year’s Day (1 January 2021) in Kauswagan, Lanao del Norte and turned it over to authorities a few days later. MindaNews photo by RICHEL V. UMEL
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36 viewsTree climber Gil Andipa, 61, working on top of the crown of the 54-meter iconic Toog tree in San Francisco, Agusan del Sur on 26 September 2020 cleans the hole decays before applying polyurethane foam to limit the oxygen, temperature and moisture inside, as initial part of the tree healing process. Photo courtesy of Forester Raul Buñao
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32 viewsDr. Armando Palijon (right), an expert arborist, and Forester Tom Valdez, national president of the Society of Filipino Foresters, Inc., show a healthy part of the Toog tree sawn off from what appears to be a dying branch at the crown of the towering 300-year-old heritage tree on 26 September 2020. MindaNews photo by CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN
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27 viewsTree climber Gil Andipa, 61, of the Ecosystem Research and Development Bureau of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, never fears climbing the 54-meter giant Toog tree on 26 September 2020 to prune the dead branches and fill the decayed holes of the trunk with spray foam as part of the tree’s healing process. MindaNews photo by CHRIS V. PANGANIBAN
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