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Day 4 in pictures by Chuck Baclagon

Here are some images on our 4th day on camp:

The Water Watch team.

Pioneering plant species establish in what used to be a river bed.

Molluscs on dried up river beds.

Dumagat fishnets now exposed.

A Water Watch volunteer marks the water level at 5 pm, April 15 2 days after breaching 180 masl critical level.

Angat Reservoir at crack of dawn. April 16, 2010.

Beau Baconguis

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MASIADONG MAINIT NA PWEDE BA TANIMAN NYO NAMAN NG IBA IBANG PUNO NG PRUTAS ANG LAHAT NG BUNDOK SA PILIPINAS HI WAY SLEX, NLEX . TANIMAN NYO DIN NG KAWAYAN NG MGA DAGAT ILOG LALONG LALO PALIGID LAGUNA DE BAY, MANILA BAY PASIG RIVER, BATAAN BAY. PWEDE BA ALISIN NYO LAHAT NG SQUATTER SA METRO MANILA CALABARZON LALONG LALO FIRST AND SECOND DISTRICT LAGUNA PALIGID LAGUNA DE BAY MULA TAGUIG CITY HANGGANG STA CRUZ LAGUNA, PWEDE BA COORDINATE KAYO SA NATIONAL HOUSING AUTHORITY PARA IRELOCATE NA SA NHA CALAUAN LAGUNA,BINAN LAGUNA, CABUYAO LAGUNA, SAN JOSE DEL MONTE CITY BULACAN, MARILAO BULACAN. KILOS NA AKSYON NA GAWIN. SAGUTIN.

MANUEL ALER JR. PUROK 1 HALANG CALAMBA CITY LAGUNA

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