Oceana Philippines is bringing the mobile photo exhibit Treasures of Tanon Strait to Robinsons Dumaguete on Sept. 14 to 17, 2015.
The event aims to showcase the beauty and bounty of the Tanon Strait Protected Seascape, located between Negros and Cebu islands. It is the largest marine protected area in the country, and is considered an important habitat for dolphins and whales, an Oceana media release said.
Everyone is invited to view the exhibit, which features images taken by master divers Gutsy Tuason and Danny Ocampo, travel photographers Oggie Ramos and Ferdz Decena, The Freeman’s Ferdinand Edralin, and Cebu Daily News chief photographer Tonee Despojo.
During the World Oceans Day last June 8, Oceana Philippines also hosted a photo exhibit featuring the wonders of the Tanon Strait from north to south as well as in May this year in another exposure in Badian, Cebu, Daniel Ocampo, Oceana Philippines’ campaign director, said.
Oceana Philippines, along with partners such as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and local government units, has embarked on a massive program to improve and strengthen the management plan of Tanon Strait. (PNA)