Biodiversity Monitoring / Law Enforcement

Recognizing the importance of biodiversity conservation as well as the right of indigenous peoples (IPs) to manage and use the resources in their ancestral domains, the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), and local government units established an inclusive law enforcement and biodiversity monitoring systems, in which IPs are included in the protected area governance structures and interacting with other stakeholders in a peaceful way. The monitoring is done through a combination of scientific and indigenous monitoring techniques by a multi-stakeholder team that includes academic researchers, DENR officers, and members of community-based law enforcement groups. The results are presented to the PAMB and serve as bases for decision-making.

BioSTEWARDs. An introduction to IP/ICC based biodiversity management

Agusan Marsh Fish Field Guide Agusan Marsh Fishes Poster Agusan Marsh Aquatic Macrophyte Poster Agusan Marsh Molluscs Poster

Bird Monitoring Training Materials

Importance of wetlands AMWS Migration and Flyways AMWS About Ramsar AMWS Equipment AMWS Waterbirds AMWS Guide to Waterbirds Families AMWS
Bird Parts AMWS Bird Identification Silhouettes AMWS Field notes taking AMWS Bird Morphology AMWS Waterbird Survey Methods AMWS Identifying indicator species for monitoring AMWS Counting Birds

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