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BIR070-00023

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR070-00022

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR070-00021

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR070-00020

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR070-00019

A Everett’s scops owl (Otus everetti) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR053-00427

A ridgetop swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta bagobo) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR053-00426

A ridgetop swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta bagobo) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR053-00425

A ridgetop swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta bagobo) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR053-00424

A ridgetop swiftlet (Collocalia esculenta bagobo) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR040-00219

A endangered South Philippines hawk-eagle (Nisaetus pinskeri) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This young bird is just 73 days old.

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BIR040-00218

A endangered South Philippines hawk-eagle (Nisaetus pinskeri) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This young bird is just 73 days old.

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BIR040-00217

A South Philippines hawk-eagle (Nisaetus pinskeri) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

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BIR040-00216

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00215

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00214

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00213

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00212

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00211

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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BIR040-00210

A critically endangered Philippine eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi) at the Philippine Eagle Center.

This eagle’s name is Imbulog, which means ‘Soar’.
The first captive bred Philippine eagle was hatched here in 1992. Imbulog is the 23rd successful chick born at the Philippine Eagle Center, which is the only place in the world that breeds and rears this critically-endangered species.As of 2019, there are 400 pairs left in the wild.

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