On our 35th year of being at the forefront of saving the critically endangered Philippine eagle, we recognize our milestones that advanced our mission. And as we leap forward to many more, we are rallying the Filipino people to join us in saving eagles, protecting forests, and securing our future.

Let us celebrate how far we have come in conserving our national bird. It is time to transform awareness into commitment and action that preserve our eagle and our forests. 


The Philippine Eagle Foundation believes that the fate of the Philippine Eagle, the health of our environment and the quality of Philippine life are inextricably linked.  We are, therefore, firmly committed to ensure the survival of the Philippine Eagle, the biodiversity it represents and the sustainable use of our forest resources for future generations to enjoy.


The Philippine Eagle Foundation envisions a country where lush green forests exist in each of its major island groups with people helping the Philippine Eagle to grow and thrive naturally. We look forward to seeing these forests continue to provide clean water, clean air, abundant wildlife and products that will help sustain the needs of our children and for the generations of Filipinos yet to come. 


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WALK / JOG / RUN 35 kms in 35 days for 35 years of Philippine eagle conservation! Sign up now for the "VirtualRacePH Juan Race 2022: Solidarity Run for Peace, Health, and the Philippine Eagle” from August 6 to September 10, 2022.

Our friends VirtualRacePH will be donating Php 100 from your registration fee to our conservation breeding program to help protect our eagles from the Avian Flu and improve their prospects in breeding.

The Solidarity Run for Peace, Health, and the Philippine Eagle was initiated by our conservation champion American Ornithologist Dr. Bob Kennedy, who helped launch the Monkey-eating Eagle Conservation Program which later grew into the PEF!

Let us run with him VIRTUALLY and help save our Philippine eagle!


One eagle, one tree, one community at a time.

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