The Philippine Eagle is a giant bird of prey that can only be seen in 4 islands in the Philippines: Luzon, Samar, Leyte and Mindanao . It is the largest and most powerful among forest raptors, yet unheard of because it is going extinct, CRITICALLY ENDANGERED with an estimated number of only 400 pairs in the wild.
We visited the Philippine Eagle Foundation to learn more about how we can help. This video showed us the eagles in captivity getting artificial insemination. Eagles are also up for adoption on an annual basis, which means the sanctuary uses the donations for their upkeep.
There are several ways you can help to support the sanctuary through the Philippine Eagle Foundation: 1) adopt an eagle for $600/year for 5 years; 2) donate $200 for your company name to be placed on a stone marker; or 3) get a merchandise raising awareness for Philippine Eagles through our Gallery Shop. An outright donation is tax-deductible too.
A group of Filipino-American news media were invited by the Philippine Consulate General of New York to visit Manila and Davao where the Philippine eagles are found, and to experience premier tourism spots along the way. A stone marker was placed on November 26, 2017. Your next visit to Manila and Davao can be facilitated by EEC to visit the sanctuary and key areas of interest.
EEC Board benefactor Carol Tanjutco's marker was found by a fellow nonprofit member, Handang Tumulong NYC, a stone marker for her private investment company Eagle Strategies. You too can help by outright tax-deductible donation and we will coordinate your company name placement at the Philippine Eagle sanctuary.
Your support and contributions will enable us to fund our mission and improve conditions. Thank you for your generous donation. Please send us an email or comment using the side tab.
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