Tapog and Odang hunting in the forest looking for monkeys.
Agta are traditionally nomadic hunter-gatherers living in small temporary camps widely-scattered over several thousand square kilometers of dense rainforest in the Sierra Madre of eastern Luzon. Today they are most definitely a post-foraging society as they changed from foragers to peasants in the 1980s. The most salient activity of Agta men was hunting wild pig, deer, and monkey with bow and arrow. Much of their time is spent in collecting forest products for trade: wild game, rattan, honey, tree resin, orchids, etc. (Thomas Headland) (Isabela, Philippines)