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Philippine Eagle (Critically endangered) The striking Philippine eagle is the world's largest eagle and also one of the world’s most threatened raptors. The destruction of its habitat is the main cause of its dramatic decline, with vast tracts of tropical forests in the Philippines having been cleared for commercial development and for shifting cultivation.

Philippine Eagle (Critically endangered) The striking Philippine eagle is the world's largest eagle and also one of the world’s most threatened raptors. The destruction of its habitat is the main cause of its dramatic decline, with vast tracts of tropical forests in the Philippines having been cleared for commercial development and for shifting cultivation.

Save the Philippine Eagle!    Support the Philippine Eagle Foundation!        Donations to the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) are welcome.     PEF's contact numbers are (006382) 271-2337 or (006382) 284-0568.        http://www.philippineeagle.org/index    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Philippine-Eagle-Foundation-Official/149246185148978

Save the Philippine Eagle! Support the Philippine Eagle Foundation! Donations to the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) are welcome. PEF's contact numbers are (006382) 271-2337 or (006382) 284-0568. http://www.philippineeagle.org/index https://www.facebook.com/pages/Philippine-Eagle-Foundation-Official/149246185148978

Apr. 09, 2011 - Davao, Philippines - Scout Binay, a seven-year old endangered Philippine Eagle named after Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay, is seen in the forest preservation of the Philippine Eagle Foundation. The foundation breeding program seeks to increase the number of Philippine Eagles

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Apr. 09, 2011 - Davao, Philippines - Scout Binay, a seven-year old endangered Philippine Eagle named after Philippine Vice President Jejomar Binay, is seen in the forest preservation of the Philippine Eagle Foundation. The foundation breeding program seeks to increase the number of Philippine Eagles

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