We employ a holistic approach to conservation with strong science-based programs and people-oriented strategies.
Our Research and Conservation team is organized to operate in three areas: eagle research, forest restoration and protection, and culture-based programs to achieve not only the species’ survival in the wild but also a healthy forest that communities will benefit from.
We operate the Philippine Eagle Center, the only Philippine Eagle breeding and rehabilitation facility in the world. At the Center we employ breeding methods such as natural pairing and cooperative artificial insemination to augment wild Philippine Eagle population.
To inspire every Filipino to join this important cause, we educate and raise awareness about the Philippine Eagle and its plight by providing avenues for learning through developing enjoyable and enriching materials and activities based data from our research.
We engage individuals, government agencies, and private corporations as we strive to accomplish our conservation goals.