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Wild Philippines:

A preview of images to go in the book,

by Nigel Hicks

Wildlife and landscapes of the Philippines for use in Nigel’s next book Wild Philippines, to be published in 2019.

This is proving to be an exciting project. In due course Wild Philippines will get its own page on this website, but for now I hope you’ll enjoy this gallery.


Click on any image thumbnail to show a larger image, and to then play the whole gallery of large images.

An early morning view of Mt Apo, the Philippines' highest mountain. A Gorgonian sea fan on a coral reef in the Tanon Strait, off Moalboal, Cebu, the Philippines. A Southern Luzon Cloud Rat, a mammal unique to the Philippines, that lives in the rainforests of southern Luzon. Lowland rainforest in Bulusan Volcano National Park, southern Luzon, the Philippines. A Green Turtle on a reef off Balicasag Island, Bohol, in the Philippines. The coast of Balicasag Island, Bohol, in the Philippines. An Atlas Moth, the world's largest moth, approx 20cm (8in) across, in Bohol, the Philippines. A Common Kingfisher, a common bird in Philippine wetlands, seen here in mangroves on Mactan Island, Cebu, the Philippines. The flowers of a Medinilla, one of several species of Medinilla, all unique to the Philippines, seen in Mt Kanlaon Natural Park, Negros. The tentacles of a Sea Anemone, on a reef in Bacuit Bay, El Nido, Palawan, the Philippnes. The flowers of a Jade Vine, a climber unique to the Philippines, in the forest of Mt Makiling, southern Luzon, the Philippines. An Anglehead Lizard, in the rainforest of Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape, Bohol, the Philippines.

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The rocky islands of Bacuit Bay, El Nido, silhouetted at dusk, Palawan, the Philippines.A Long-tailed Macque in rainforest in Rajah Sikatuna Protected Landscape, Bohol, the Philippines.A Pied Fantail catching insects; Bohol, the Philippines.A cluster of Feather Stars growing on a reef in Bacuit Bay, El Nido, in the north of Palawan, the Philippines.Twin Falls, in Northern Negros Natural Park, Negros, the Philippines.Stalactites in Panhulugan I Cave, at the Sohoton Caves, Samar Island Natural Park, Samar, the Philippines.A male Visayan Tarictic Hornbill, a highly endangered hornbill, unique to the islands of the western Visayas, in the central Philippines.A Gorgonian sea fan on a reef in Bacuit Bay, El Nido, in the north of Palawan, the Philippines.Nepenthes species pitcher plants growing in dry limestone forest, on one of the islands in Bacuit Bay, El Nido, in northern Palaway, the Philippines.Close-up detail of a Medinilla flower, one of several Medinilla species unique to the Philippines, seen in the forest of Mt Makiling, southern Luzon, the Philippines.Agusan Marsh at sunset, in southern Mindanao, in the far south of the Philippines.A Philippine Eagle, the world's second largest eagle, unique to the Philippines and highly endangered. A Chinese Pond Heron in among Water Hyacinth in Agusan Marsh, in Mindanao, the Philippines.A Philippine Temple Pit Viper, a venomous snake unique to the rainforests of the Philippines.Dense upper montane rainforest on the higher slopes of Mt Pulag, third highest mountain in the Philippines, on Luzon.A Hawksbill Turtle swimming along a reef in Bacuit Bay, El Ndo, in northern Palawan, the Philippines.Casaroro Falls, on the slopes of Mt Talinis, Negros, the Philippines.A tree frog seen at night in rainforest on the slopes of Mt Kanlaon, Negros, the Philippines.A female Mindanao Writhed Hornbill, unique to Mindanao in the far south of the Philippines.A Philippine Tarsier, the world's smallest primate (at just a few cm long), unique to the south of the Philippines.A huge Gorgonian sea fan, covered with black feather stars, on a reef off Balicasag Island, Bohol, the Philippines.A very young Philippine Scops Owl, unique to the Philippines, on Mt Makiling, southern Luzon, the Philippines.A Mindanao Yellow-headed Water Monitor Lizard, unique to Mindanao, in the far south of the Philippines.A Blue-naped Parrot, a species unique to the Philippines, and highly endangered.Fog-shrouded montane rainforest on the upper slopes of Mt Apo, in Mindanao, and the Philippines' highest mountain.Clownfish defending their home in a Sea Anemone colony, around the southeast coast of Panglao Island, Bohol, the Philippines.A shoal of Rainbow Runners off the coast of Balicasag Island, Bohol, the Philippines.Lowland rainforest on Mt Makiling, southern Luzon, the Philippines.