THE RESEARCHERS

Dear blog readers,

I hope you learned something from the information posted on this site, you will continue to follow us for updates, and you will be able to disseminate otter conservation with your friends, family and colleagues.

I am Lyca Sandrea G. Castro, Instructor at Western Philippines University. I am teaching BS Aquatic Biology and BS Environmental Management, mentoring student researchers, and conducting research and extension activities. I am a passionate researcher and an “otter lover”. I enjoy fieldwork and IEC activities.

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Contact details

email address: lycasandrea_castro@yahoo.com

office address: Western Philippines University-Puerto Princesa Campus, Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines     5300

Jeric B. Gonzalez was my former student and thesis advisee. He had worked at The Maral (Leopard Cat) Project in Negros, Philippines and International Rice Research Institute (IRRI). 

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Contact details

email address: gonzalez_jeric@yahoo.com

 

If ever you see an otter in the Philippines, please take pictures or videos and observations…. I would be happy if you can share it here in this blog (rest assured that we will give you the credits). PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB OR TAKE OTTERS FROM THEIR NATURAL HABITAT… Let them live freely!!! Hoping for your participation in otter conservation!! BE ONE OF US… 🙂

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3 thoughts on “THE RESEARCHERS

  1. Pingback: Sea otters in the Philippines (Asian short-clawed otters) | Lola Jane's World

    • Dear Lola Jane – thank you for waking me up that I haven’t updated my blog for a long time and there are people reading it who wants to learn more about otters in Palawan, Philippines. Thank you for taking time to read it and hope that you can bear with me ‘coz I am not really good in blogging and just learning to do it little by little. Glad to know more conservation advocates!

      • I’m happy to find information about your research and completely support the advocacy work you are doing to save the remaining Philippine otters!

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