The Philippine Eagle Foundation focuses on the great Philippine Eagle not only to recover its dwindling populations but also to protect its forest habitats and ensure the sustainable use of the forests' bounties for the people.
Along with saving the eagle and the many animals that share its forest home, the Foundation looks forward to helping fulfill the dreams and aspirations of th ...
e millions of marginal income families who also rely on the forest to survive.
Philippine Eagle Foundation News
The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) in Malagos has reopened its doors to the public yesterday following a temporary closure last Aug. 15 and 16.
The temporary closure follows a decision to implement biosafety measures in the facility to prevent transmission of the dreaded avian influenza or bird flu, after an outbreak was declared in San Luis, Pampanga last week.
We are opening the Philippine Eagle Center (PEC), the PEF said in a statement Wednesday.
However, the facility asked the public to avoid going to other animal facilities before visiting the center.
The foundation also as ...
Do you plan to visit the Philippine Eagle Center this Kadayawan? Make sure to stay on the foot trails and make the center as your first stop before going to other animal centers in the city.
This is the latest Philippine Eagle Center advisory as it steps up safety measures to protect the endangered Philippine Eagle and other birds endemic in Mindanao, announcing also the opening of the center after the temporary closure due to the threat of the avian flu virus outbreak in Pampanga.
In a telephone interview Thurs ...
Experts at the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) camp here are closely monitoring the health of the eagles in captivity, as it closed the camp for evaluation and assessment of the new protocols, mainly on quarantine procedures, to be observed by all personnel inside the breeding camp.
The breeding camp is located in Marilog district, about 10 kilometers outside the more populous Calinan district, 29 kilometers north of downtown.
Dennis Salvador, camp director, told the BusinessMirror on Tuesday extra precautions should be observed by all working staff going to and inside the camp over th ...
The Philippine Raptors Conservation Program (PRCP) was started in 1990 by the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR)-Protected Areas & Wildlife Bureau (PAWB) to help conserve our wildlife particularly the Philippine Eagle, and other raptors. Known Philippine eagle habitats covers the following Regions: 1, 2-CAR, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13-CARAGA where its flagship program, the magnificent Philippine eagle reigns supreme. Other raptors, the likes of which include Brahminy kites, Crested serpent eagles, Philippine hawk eagles, Scops owls, Grass owls, etc., although were not class ...
The 10th Asian Raptor Research And Conservation Network Symposium will push through as scheduled at the Ateneo De Davao University on October 18-20, 2017, the first time the Philippine will be hosting the international event.
Rai Gomez, educational administrator of the Philippine Eagle Foundation told the Kapi at Habi on Wednesday that the foundation was looking forward to the symposium to promote raptor research in the Philippines.
?This is because there are only a few people doing this research and we have 30 species of raptors in the Philippines and six of which are only found in our ...
The Philippine Eagle Foundation PEF is eyeing to promote raptor conservation to boost ecotourism in the city as they host the 10th Asian Raptor Research and Conservation Network Symposium in October here.
Education Administrator Rai Kristie Gomez of the Philippine Eagle Foundation told reporters in a press conference held at Habi at Kape, Abreeza Mall here on Wednesday, July 26, they are hopeful to gather researchers, hobbyists, and interested people to do researches about raptors here in the country.
We want to promote raptor research in the Philippines because not ...