The relaxing “400 birdhouses” of Bolinao, Pangasinan not only attracts tourists but migratory birds as well

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If you’re a nature and bird lover and looking for a place to relax and revitalize, there’s a highly recommended spot in Bolinao, Pangasinan where you can witness and enjoy the view of watching not just one, but the beauty of seeing 400 birdhouses in one place!

The birdhouses in Bolinao, Pangasinan has been attracting not only tourists but also migratory birds. The bird sanctuary is now being considered by travelers as a place for relaxation. Fresh air, birds chirping and the sound of the ocean waves are the perfect gifts from nature for unwinding.

In a story by ABS CBN, a certain Charlie Ledesma expressed that he feels relaxed and rejuvenated the moment he is in the area; listening to the harmonious melody of the birds.

Behind the creation of the birdhouses is a bird hobbyist, Michael Parayno. He started his passion for birds when he was still young. According to him, as a boy, he once rescued a wounded bird and from that moment on, he started to build birdhouses which serve as shelters not only for his pet birds, but also for all kinds of birds flocking within the vicinity.

He has been creating birdhouses for 20 years now and it even became a business venture for him in America.

Parayno added that he doesn’t allow tourists to get near the birdhouses as this may scare the nesting birds. Tourists can only take pictures and enjoy the scenic flocking of birds in the birdhouses.

There are cottages for rent near the birdhouses where tourists can enjoy both watching different species of birds and the view of the West Philippine Sea.

Bolinao, Pangasinan which is also popular for its Patar White Sand Beach, can be reached within 2-3 hours travel time from  Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) Tarlac Exit.

Be amazed! Watch this shared video by DZMM.

Now if you want more details and want to see more photos of a good place to visit in Bolinao, visit The Maarte Tourist website and be more tantalized over Birdland Beach Club, an eco-resort owned by Michael Parayno and his wife, Joanna Ledesma.

Just click the image  below by The Maarte Tourist to see more of Birdland!