These panggal crab traps were woven from rattan right here in San Isidro on Siargao island. Let’s see if we can catch some alimango!
I wrote yesterday about the raptor which briefly and noisily presented itself for a few quick photos on the tidal river here in San Isidro on Siargao Island. While we jokingly asked if this could be a crow, another question of identification soon presented itself.
WildSiargao team member Bryllane brought me a few photos this evening of a young crocodile in captivity in the otherwise sleepy village of Jaboy pictured above. It seems it had been eating the local ducks and ducklings and was issued a restraining order. Think I’ll go check it out tomorrow and maybe take it some […]
We walked down to the river this morning at 6 o’clock to watch the shrimp catch come in (and to buy some for our breakfast shrimp and corn grits). These are the handmade traps constructed of split bamboo and plastic netting: The traps are baited inside using white coconut meat: Everyone waits patiently for the […]
This week we’ll be visiting with our neighbours here in San Isidro as we reveal their step by step process of building dugout canoes. In addition, they are building six native river canoes with