This study analyzes the role of dili ingun natu as wardens of nature for environmental conservation and preservation in the select Cebuano folktales, specifically it examines the creatures’ domiciles and elemental habitat; the categories, characteristics, and environmental activities; and the environmental norms, values, and implications. Environmental conservation and preservation roles are extrapolated from the select folk narratives and the responses to the online forms and interviews. Domiciles are grouped into the three elemental habitats: land, water, and air. The categories are demons, dragons, dwarfs, elves, ghouls, giants, merfolk, ogres, vampires, viscera suckers, weredogs, and witches, and the characteristics of the creatures are determinant of its category and defining environmental activities out from which norms, values, and implications to conservation are extracted. The research findings reveal that the dili ingun natu fulfills the role as wardens of nature for environmental conservation and preservation in the select Cebuano folktales. The researcher recommends that a study creating a comprehensive reference material on Cebuano mythology or Cebuano folktales on the dili ingun natu for the whole Province of Cebu anthologizing folktales from its cities and municipalities be conducted.