The Philippine Eagle is the world's second largest bird and a seriously impressive creature, everything needs to be done to save this species from extinction. I sense this centre is trying hard and is definitely worth a visit as everyone should see these birds and learn about how to protect them. Here one can get up reasonably close to the birds and at least admire their magnificence.
However, the centre looks tired and shoddy, most of the cages are completely inadequate for the selection of birds and if they must be kept captive then at least allow them freedom to flap their wings more than a couple of times.
The plight of these eagles demonstrates what happens when palm oil and logging take priority and politicians turn a blind eye and line their pockets. The Philippines can be hugely proud of these birds but much more needs to be done to preserve their habitat.
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