Where’s Waddy? | The Last Irrawaddy Dolphins of Negros Occidental

It was the middle of August, and after weeks of monsoon rains at Negros Island, the weather finally relented and gave way to a sunny day. The dark clouds dissipated, and one could see as far as the distant mountains of Panay Island across the Guimaras Strait. The sea was calm. “It’s a beautiful day,” marine biologist Mark de la Paz beamed, as our bangka (outrigger canoe) departed past 7 AM from the black-sand beach of Pulupandan — a municipality … Continue reading Where’s Waddy? | The Last Irrawaddy Dolphins of Negros Occidental