A reticulated python surrendered to the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Rescue Emergency Response Team (Prov’l. Vet. Office) last April 20, 2015 by Mr. Gerald Richardson of Brgy. Antipolo, Gasan
A 9.6 feet Philippine Reticulated Phyton (P. reticulatus) local name: “SAWA”…surrendered by barangay officials of Barangay Santol Boac to the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Emergency Response Team after creating havoc in the community devouring their chicken and small farm
animals during night time…
The team members of the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Rescue Emergency Response Team preparing for the release of the rescued animal back to its natural habitat…
- Another successful rehabilitation and release of Philippine Reticulated python back to its natural habitat…
April 4, 2015 10:29 am… Rescued on Black Saturday… a by-catch in a fisherman net… this lucky cutie feathered friend was surrendered to the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Emergency Response Team… the bird was released immediately after taking basic info
March 26, 2015…Philippine Civet Cat (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) local name: “alamid”…this pregnant nocturnal creature endemic to the island province of marinduque was rescued by members of the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Rescue Emergency Response Team from trappers/poachers…now undergoing treatment of wounds at the Teams Rescue facility before releasing to its natural habitat.
Our rescued Civet cat (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) gave birth to four (4) healthy kittens…8:45 am today… the mom and the kittens are transferred to a smaller cage for protection and to minimize stress…we’re feeding the mom with ripe chico, mango and ripe coffee beans
A pair of juvenile Philippine scoops owls (Otus megalotis) were surrendered by personnel from the local PENRO for treatment and proper care by the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Emergency Response Team….initial assessment was made… treatment was done and the pair are now in cage for future release to its natural habitat.
March 27, 2015…6:55 PM@Sitio Kapala, Barangay Laylay, Boac, Marinduque…The release of two scops owls (Otus megalotis) back to their natural habitat by the Marinduque Animal and Wildlife Rescue Emergency Response Team and PENRO-Marinduque..