The Philippine Eagle Center (PEC) is an 8.4-hectare area located at the foothills of Mt. Apo in Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City and situated within the Malagos Watershed. The Philippine Eagle Center primarily operates as a conservation breeding facility for the critically endangered Philippine Eagle and other birds of prey.
ADULTS: PHP 150.00
KIDS (17 & below): PHP 100.00
CHILDREN BELOW 4 YRS OLD: Free of charge
contact us for reservations
(but we accept walk-ins too!)
Tel number: (082) 324 1860
Mobile number: 0917-708-9084
The Center does not only have Philippine Eagles to show but there are a number of other birds, mammals and reptiles as well, most of which are endemic to the country and some are considered rare.
Also present in the area is a vast assemblage of flora typical of a tropical rain forest. There are numerous trees and plants that thrive within the area, and others are known to be endemic.
Guests can buy Philippine Eagle souvenir items that they can take home to their family and friends. The income from the items sold is used to help fund the Foundation’s research, conservation, and education programs.
Guests can view educational videos and documentaries that were filmed by dedicated videographers. These documentaries can touch and awaken the sense of responsibility that we hope will leave a lasting impression on our guests.
CONSERVATION BREEDING AREA
This is where we keep Philippine Eagles that are not on exhibit. This area is restricted to the public and only the conservation breeding personnel are allowed in its premises.
FOOD STOCK AREA
This is where the food for the raptors and other animals are raised to ensure a disease-free stock such as rabbits, white mice, goat and fruits. These stocks are needed for the daily food requirements of every animal at the Center.