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The Great Philippine Eagle -- Going...Going...Hope Not!

By Betty Samson

“Majestic” is too mild a word for this awesome raptor with a lion-like mane, a striking bird of prey, now critically endangered. Endemic to forests in the Philippines, the great Philippine Eagle ( 1,373 more words

Animals Of The Philippines

Justice for Pamana

News broke out the other day that Pamana,  a three-year-old endangered Philippine Eagle, was shot dead just two months after being released into the wild. What is hard to believe, not to mention heartbreaking, is that, initially they found the then eaglet with gunshot wounds and nursed her back to health for three years only to have her killed for the exact same reason. 165 more words


When are We going to learn the Lesson?

It’s so upsetting and heartbreaking to hear another news of a dead Philippine Eagle. We have the power and resources to stop and prevent killings of these creatures with enough will and right implementation of law. 277 more words

Writing & Blogging

Fly Free PAMANA!

Yesterday, netizens are saddened when the news about the death of the three-year-old Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) named “Pamana” (heritage) goes viral on social media, two months after she was release into the wild. 725 more words


Endangered eagle shot dead two months after release

A Philippine eagle was found dead two months after its release into the wild, the Philippine Eagle Foundation said on August 19.

A bullet pierced through the right chest of Pamana, killing the three-year-old rehabilitated eagle, a necropsy at the Philippine Eagle Center in Davao City showed. 275 more words

Nation Stories

Bartels Scientific Illustration Internship and The Philippine Eagle Center

Before anything, a little back story! : )

Earlier this year, I heard about the Bartels Scientific Illustration Internship at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology from Liza (thank you!), who learned of it from the Ayala Museum (thanks Ms. 2,725 more words



King! Caesar of Birds, O the Lord of the Forest!
Innate magnificence, the soaring noble pride.
Nature has crowned you with one great majestic crest. 48 more words