When PROFAUNA rangers are patrolling in the forests of Java, they often meet hunters shooting birds like this. Most turn out to be hunted for sale or shot just as a hobby, and are not eaten for subsistence. What do you think?

Source: ProFauna Indonesia Facebook

This bird appears to be a female Grey-cheeked Green Pigeon (Treron griseicauda).

Earlier this morning, a decomposing Olive Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) carcass was found washed ashore in San Vicente Ferrer, Silway, General Santos City. For incidents like this, please contact CENRO or Environmental Conservation and Protection Center.

Photo: Ysha Tolimao

Source: PaWeCan Do It Facebook, via Marine Wildlife Watch of the Philippines Facebook

Common Scarlet (Crocothemis servilia)
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve, 23rd December 2015