Philippine Eagle Makilala Hiraya Philippine Eagle Makilala Hiraya finally gets to fly back home after over a month of recovery at the Philippine Eagle Foundation! Happy World Conservation Day! Big thanks to everyone especially to the conservation partners – DENR XII, Municipality of Makilala, Energy Development Corporation, and EDC Binhi. Makilala Hiraya is a rescued eagle that… Read More »
Bungisngis is also known as Mahentoy in the northern part of Davao. It is a one-eyed giant who lives in the forest and woods. It is a happy and playful cyclops although it looks really scary. When it’s near you, you will hear it giggling hence the name. You may want to read: Tambal
“La Provincia de la Pampanga” was founded in 1571 by the Spanish conquistadores headed by Miguel López de Legazpi, making it the first province in Luzon. Back then, the land area of the province included parts of Bulacan, Tarlac, Bataan, Nueva Ecija, Zambales, and Pangasinan. The province is now known as the Culinary Capital of the Philippines… Read More »
Villa de Bacolor (Baculud before Spanish era) is a town in the province of Pampanga where the Spaniards set up the center of their government under Governor-General Simon de Anda when the British invaders occupied Manila. From October 1762 to May 1764, Bacolor served as the capital of the Philippines. It was also recorded that the town… Read More »
The Longest State of the Nation Address (SONA) Did you know? President Ferdinand Marcos’ SONA in 1969 had a word count of 29,335 – the longest in history. Ang SONA ni Presidente Ferdinand Marcos noong 1969 ay may word count na 29,335 – ang pinakamahaba sa kasaysayan.