During the Subic trip, Lydia introduced a famous eco-guide, Zardo, to me. It was how we started planning the Mindanao trip during Chinese New Year. During the Mindanao trip, we visited quite a number of butterfly spots around Bislig bay.
Unfortunately, the weather was not very good. The vegetation was not as good as we thought either. The forest around Bislig are mostly secondary forest. While secondary forests may still be good for bird watching, secondary forests are deserts for butterfly watching. There is still a major primary forest in the region. It was a former forest reserve. During our visit, we can see and hear active tree cutting activities.
My butterfly album, “Woxiong Butterfly Valley”, has been fully migrated to the new server. The album has already included a collection of over 600 species of butterflies. To visit my butterfly album, please use the following link:
This year, my friend and I went to Subic Bay of Philippine. There, we joined our friend, Lydia, the local expert in butterfly garden. While the place was occupied as the naval base, the vegetation remained well preserved.
We spent most of the time in the area near the Zoobic Safari.
I am Arex Li, the owner of butterfly-photo.com. As an enthusiast in butterfly watching, I have been taking photos of butterflies around the world. I would like to share my experience in butterfly photography.
Many review sites or “star bloggers” may have given you some informative reviews and have taught you some useful skills. However, practical butterfly photography in the wild is a different story. While butterfly is a special topic, butterfly photography in the wild involves some specific skills. Although we may still be using generic photographic equipment most of the time, we may use them in some different ways. I am not saying those review sites or “star bloggers” are wrong. I just want to present some different views based on practical butterfly photography in the wild.