EDC BINHI Flagship Flora & Fauna Bag Tags


  • 2.5″ width x 5″ length
  • laminated reinforced plastic
  • comes with silicone loop
  • back part can be written on with markers
  • printed in the Philippines


Showcase your love for the Philippines’ Wildlife Treasures wherever your adventures take you! The EDC BINHI Flagship Flora and Fauna Bag Tags are the perfect way to promote protection for our diverse and beautiful native flora and fauna. Use them on your backpacks, or on your luggage and carry a piece of Philippine biodiversity anywhere you go.

The Flagship Species Initiative (FSI) is a biodiversity conservation project of the Energy Development Corporation (EDC) which generally aims to protect selected threatened flora & fauna species in its geothermal and wind project sites. These species are:

  • Bacon-Manito Geothermal Project – Albay and Sorsogon –
    Flora: Mapilig (Xanthostemon bracteatus) | Fauna: Golden-crowned Flying Fox (Acerodon jubatus)
  • Tongonan Geothermal Project (TGP) – Leyte –
    Flora: Katmon Bayani (Dillenia megalantha) | Fauna: Philippine Warty Pig (Sus philippensis)
  • Southern Negros & Northern Negros Geothermal Project (SN/NNGP) – Negros Islands –
    Fauna:  Red Lauan (Shorea negrosensis) | Fauna: Visayan Hornbill (Penelopides panini)
  • Mt. Apo Geothermal Project (MAGP) – Cotabato –
    Flora: Almaciga (Agathis philippinensis) } Fauna: Apo Myna (Goodfellowia miranda)
  • Burgos Wind Power (BWP) – Ilocos Norte –
    Flora: Igem-dagat (Podocarpus costalis)

* 10% of sales profits will be donated to the LOPEZ GROUP FOUNDATION INC., and will be used to support EDC BINHI’s efforts to conserve and protect Philippine flora and fauna. Visit www.BINHI.ph and learn more about the Wildlife Treasures you’re supporting.
* Graphic representations of the FSI species featured on the following merchandise were illustrated exclusively for EDC BINHI. Learn more about this project here.

Additional information

Weight .15 kg
Dimensions 5 × 2.5 in

Albay and Sorsogon (Mapilig and Golden-crowned Flying Fox), Leyte (Katmon Bayani and Philippine Warty Pig), Negros Islands (Red Lauan and Visayan Hornbill), Cotabato (Almaciga and Apo Myna), Ilocos Norte (Igem-dagat)

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