THE Philippine Eagle Foundation, in partnership with SM Lanang Premier, opened the Mt. Apo Indigenous People’s Coalition for Biodiversity, Environment, and Cultural Integrity exhibit at the North Wing 1 (beside Shakey’s).
The exhibit highlights the unique culture-based conservation philosophies of the five tribal groups in Davao City namely the Bagobo Tagabawa of Sibulan, Bagobo Tagabawa of Toril; Bagobo Klata, Obu Manuvu, and the Tinonanon Manuvu which recently formed a historic first coalition to protect and conserve Mt. Apo, home to the critically endangered Philippine Eagle.
The exhibit is ongoing and will run until October 30, 2022.
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