Assoc. Prof. Jesus Federico C. Hernandez and Inst. Michael Manahan of the University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD) Department of Linguistics have released a map they had they developed showing not only the list of endangered languages in the Philippines, but also where they are situated in the country and are sorted according to region. Inst. Manahan plotted the list based on the recent Ethnologue 2020 list for an academic paper that Assoc. Prof. Hernandez had written and will be released soon.
More developments to follow.
This had originally been uploaded as a social media post by Assoc. Prof. Jesus Federico C. Hernandez and is featured here with his permission. Please see the original post here.