Mabuhay is the first of the second generation of captive bred Philippine eagles and the only offspring of the icon Pag-asa.
She is now 9 years old and ready for breeding. Like her parents, Mabuhay will also go through cooperative artificial insemination to produce a chick. Through breeding eagles like Mabuhay, we have the opportunity to produce suitably-reared Philippine eagles that behave like wild eagles when they are released in the forest. With Mabuhay and other captive breeding eagles, we have the chance to produce and release eagles that are able to thrive in the forest and eventually replenish the dwindling wild population.