This is a throwback post on the feature documentary about the Philippine Eagle.
The much awarded and acclaimed film work about the rare and critically endangered Philippine Eagle was officially released less than a year ago.
The feature documentary already shown outside the Philippines and gathered rave reviews and praises in various film exhibition venues.
Local conservation enthusiasts and interested parties will be given the chance to appreciate the efforts of the film makers and be appraised about the rare bird only by coordinating with the film producers for local screenings.
Below videos include one of the official trailer of the movie posted in YouTube on the “Bird of Prey – The Story of the Rarest Eagle on Earth” as presented by the film makers which include the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
“One of the rarest and largest birds of prey, the majestic Philippine Eagle is critically endangered. Here cameras capture a chick growing up – from downy hatchling to awe-inspiring adult.”- National Geographic/UK
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