ALUYON COMMUNITY FOREST: This forested valley has been designated community forest status, because it is recognized within the barangay for its ability to provide clean water and prevent erosion. The Aluyon waterfall could potentially provide enough potable water for the entire municipality however due to insufficient funding the pipe to Aluyon barangay alone is incomplete. Local residents, responsible for the forest's protection, agreed that all logging should be prohibited from within its boundaries and it is now virtually free from disturbance. Community members to whom we spoke were enthusiastic and proud of their forest. The limestone geology of the region is reflected in the forest species composition and the steep terrain has limited the maximum size of trees, though generally this forest has a good basal area. Noose traps found on the ridge northeast of the waterfall indicate some hunting still occurs allegedly mainly for birds such as bleeding hearts sold in the pet trade.