Members of the Oswa show freshly picked mud crabs and shellfish they cook for visitors of the Olo-olo Mangrove Forest and Ecopark.
OSWA, which has evolved as protector of the mangrove forest in the barangay to defenders of the environment, is now into managing a promising tourist magnet in Lobo called Olo-olo Mangrove Forest and Ecopark.
Speaking in Filipino, officers of Oswa narrated how the group started and became a model organization practicing biodiversity-friendly business enterprise in Lobo.
They fly atop and they perk on tree branches,' said Amanda Duena, another official of Oswa. The multicolored-feathered flyers have green, blue, red colors that distinguished three from other birds.