The main cause of of the Philippine Eagles endangerment is due to major habitat loss caused by deforestation. Mining pollution and old growth timber harvesting all contribute to an environment that inhibits the eagles nesting and breeding.
The breeding cycle, which takes about two years, also is a factor as the eagles do not rapidly produce.
With this knowledge effort should be made to begin restoring the forest and promoting clean energy. If pollution can be eliminate and a managed timber harvesting plan set in place the Philippine Eagle should once again be able to flourish.
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