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Philippine Eagle Conservation-2006 Report

Published 15 May 2007

The Peregrine Fund assists the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) to conserve and study the Philippine Eagle and other raptors in the 7,000 islands that make up the Republic of the Philippines. Together, we accomplish conservation results by using a holistic approach that includes species restoration through captive breeding and release, field research and monitoring, public conservation education, and community-based initiatives to conserve and restore eagle habitats. In addition to providing financial support and technical advice, in 2007 we will provide guidance and training in satellite radio tracking of Philippine Eagles, and provide an opportunity for biologist Jayson Ibanez to receive hands-on training in Panama.

Rick Watson directs this program and serves as a Trustee on the Philippine Eagle Foundation board.

In the Philippines, we collaborate with the Philippine Eagle Foundation, and Jim and Joyce Grier. Important financial support was provided by the Liz Claiborne and Art Orternberg Foundation.

Project Archives:

•  2012 Summary 30 September 2013
•  2011 Summary 10 May 2013
•  Brief project history summary 29 March 2011
•  Philippine Eagle Conservation 12 June 2008
•  Philippine Eagle Conservation-2006 Report 15 May 2007
•  Philippine Eagle Conservation-2003 Report 28 April 2003
•  Philippine Eagle Conservation 1999 28 April 2002


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