The mountainous landscape of Nueva Vizcaya is a home to many indigenous groups like Ibaloi, Kankanaey, Isinay, Bugkalots, Ifugao, Gad’ang, and more. The biodiversity of the Province is best describe through the epic of the Gad’ang entitled Lumalindaw who traversed through the mountains and rivers of Nueva Vizcaya while protecting its wildlife. In the second half of their podcast, Nueva Vizcaya State University (NVSU) presents the tale of Lumalindaw while discussing the flora and fauna in Casecnan with Forester Jovien Ansibey and Environmentalist Jayson Caranza.

This episode is produced by the Institute of Environmental Governance in NVSU; Written and directed by Arshiela Gauuan Manuel and Jestony S. Baylon.

Wildlife Philippines is an initiative under the Partnership for Biodiversity Conservation 3 of Tanggol Kalikasan and is being supported by the USAID and the US DOI-ITAP.