1 Reviews--Jobs--Salaries--Interviews--Benefits--Photos. View Jobs. The Avian Flu outbreak in Luzon and the COVID- 19 pandemic forced the closure of the Philippine Eagle Center – home to 31 Philippine Eagles and 81 other animals. Enhanced Profile . You Can Help! Sustaining their needs now becomes even more challenging. The IUCN “critically endangered” Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) population has declined due to two reasons — massive destruction of the Philippine tropical forests, and the hunting and shooting of its kind. They need your help now more than ever.
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D O N A T E. support our campaigns. The Philippine Eagle Foundation firmly believes that the fate of our vanishing Philippine Eagle, the health of our environment, and the quality of Philippine life are inextricably linked. Is this your company? We at the PEF work towards giving the critically endangered Philippine Eagle a fighting chance to survive and thrive in its natural territory. how we work. Philippine Eagle Foundation. Therefore, we are also committed to the preservation of the eagle’s rainforest habitat and the biodiversity it represents. Explore the many benefits of having a premium branded profile on Glassdoor, like increased influence and advanced analytics. Overview Overview. We are therefore committed to promote the survival of the Philippine Eagle, the biodiversity it represents, and the sustainable use of our forest resources for future generations to enjoy. saving eagles. Help us continue to look after the Philippine eagles and the other wildlife in our care. Try Enhanced Profile Free for a Month. The Philippine Eagle Foundation in Davao City, is one organization dedicated to the protection and conservation of the Philippine eagle and its forest habitat. The Philippine Eagle Foundation has successfully bred Philippine eagles in captivity for over a decade and conducted the first experimental release of a captive-bred eagle to the wild. With the Philippine Eagle Center- home to 31 Philippine Eagles and other animal species closed due to the COVID 19 pandemic and the Avian Flu outbreak in Central Luzon, the fight to sustain their needs becomes even more challenging. The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) is a private non-stock, non-profit organization.
They are also listed as CRITICALLY ENDANGERED by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) with an estimated number of only 400 pairs left in the wild.
Philippine Eagle Foundation Logo. 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 considered to be one of the largest and most powerful among forest raptors.