The Recreational Outdoor Exchange (ROX) in
cooperation with the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines invites
you to witness the northward migration of waterbirds as they
feed in the Balanga wetlands on their return flight to breeding
grounds in northern Asia.
The Balanga wetlands in the Bataan Peninsula
hosts one of the highest counts for migratory water birds
in the country. Herons, egrets, plovers spend their winter
in these wetlands while mynahs, grebes and moorhens are residents
of the wetlands throughout the year.
Details of the trip as follows:
Date: April 5, 2009
Assembly time: 12:30pm @ R.O.X.
Registration Fee: Php 1,200 (inclusive of round-trip transportation,
use of binoculars and spotting scope, guide fees and buffet
Interested participants can register at R.O.X. B1, Bonifacio
High Street, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig from Sun-Thu (12noon-10pm)
Limited slots only.
Registration and payment will be accepted until April 04,
Only fully paid registrants will be allowed to join the activity.
The schedule as follows:
12:30 pm Registration
1:00 pm Departure
2:30 pm Stopover at Petron or Total gas station along the
NLEX and proceed via SCTEX
4:00 pm Arrive in Sibacan fishponds, Balanga
6:00 pm Birdwatching ends, proceed to Joyous Restaurant for
Wear light clothing (in drab/earth tones),
rubber/hiking shoes, a bottle of water and trail food.
For more information, call ROX at 8564638-39.