Ferdie Visits Cabilao Island

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Seacology's group of intrepid field representatives are an important part of what makes our work so effective. Our field representatives act as Seacology's arms and legs, working with communities on some of the world's most remote islands in regions around the world.  Ferdie Marcelo, who represents Seacology in the Philippines, maintains a lively blog about his adventures. His latest post describes one of Seacology's newest projects--renovating an historic lighthouse in exchange for the creation of a coral reef and marine protected area on the Philippines' Cabilao Island. To read about Ferdie's trip to Cabilao, visit his blog here.

Below, Ferdie prepares to explore Cabilao's reefs. 

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