All efforts to propagate and protect the eagles are futile without public involvement.
We target both urban and rural communities in developing public awareness and understanding of wildlife conservation issues through various activities and platforms.
We complement our site-based research and conservation with education and awareness outreach. We knock on the doors of local and indigenous communities and tell them about their eagle neighbor. From there we begin to cultivate care and concern for the eagles and partner with the communities.
Equally important to our direct conservation actions are our efforts in education and public awareness. As a stronghold of conservation education, the PEC is where we continue to develop experiential learning through “nature contact”. Moreover, it is where people from different walks of life and of all ages can learn and participate in the PEF’s efforts to protect our national bird and our forests. Apart from the PEC, we also partner with schools and malls as venues for conservation learning.
LEARN WITH MALAYA
Learn with Malaya is an exclusive online interactive activity designed to enhance Philippine Eagle and wildlife conservation literacy of students ages 13 to 17.
We talk about wildlife, their habitat, and everything in between! Nature Talks is a series of animated videos about the significance of protecting wildlife and its natural habitat to our health and wellbeing.
TO SAVE OUR EAGLE
Discover the story of a Philippine eagle family in the wild and the people who endeavor to protect them in this 45-minute version of the award-winning film Bird of Prey by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
ALL FOR THE EAGLES
Be part of a meaningful journey like you’ve never experienced before. Lend your talents and skills to help save our National Bird from extinction and become a #ConservationChamp!