Philippine Eagle Week 2010

WildViews: Philippine EagleThe annual celebration of Philippine Eagle Week is just around the corner (not to mention Philippine Independence Day). As you may know, the Philippine Eagle Foundation is aggressively and positively pushing for the preservation of our national bird, which was once hailed by Charles Lindbergh as “the air’s noblest flier,” as well as its habitat. Let’s all join in the celebration and help contribute to this very worthy cause!

There are several events lined up, including a Green Mobilization and a wildlife photography workshop. Please see the schedule below for more information.

Date Event Venue
June 4 (Fri) GreenMob & Opening Ceremonies of the 12th Philippine Eagle Week

Open House at the Philippine Eagle Center

Magsaysay Park to Philippine Eagle Center
June 5, 6 & 9 Wild Views
Basic Wildlife Photography Workshop
SM City Davao (Lectures)
Philippine Eagle Center (Photo Safari)
June 5-6, 12-13 Animal Encounter SM City Davao
June 5-12 Exhibits SM City Davao
June 6 (Sun) Race for Pag-Asa, Race against Climate Change People’s Park to Philippine Eagle Center
June 4-13 Raptor Display, Fun Games, Exhibits, Film Showing, Petting Zoo Philippine Eagle Center
June 12 (Sat) Tree of Hope Caravan with PLDT

The Agila Gang – Eagle Week Closing Ceremonies

Arakan Valley, Cotabato

SM City Davao

June 13 Launching of the 6th Philippine Bird Fest &
1st Asian Bird Fair
NCCC Mall
All June Tree of Hope Caravan Arakan Valley, Cotabato


Below is the poster for GreenMob 2010, a movement that’s in line with the Foundation’s objective of saving the eagle’s natural habitat. Everyone is encouraged to join and spread the word about the importance of saving our environment — not only for the eagle but for ourselves.

GreenMob 2010


This poster is for Race for Pag-Asa, Race Against Climate Change:

Race for Pagasa


The Foundation and the Eagle Center are located in Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City. (Dabawenyos commonly refer to this place as being in Calinan.) 1st Asian Bird Fair Tel. no.: 271-2337. Fax: 301-1033. E-mail: info[at]philippineeagle.org. For snail-mail correspondence, please use the following address:

The Philippine Eagle Foundation
PO Box 81015
8000 Davao City
Philippines

Happy Eagle Week to all!

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