The Philippine Eagle is among the tallest, rarest, and most powerful birds in the world. This beautiful bird of prey is considered critically endangered with populations ranging between 180-500 left in the wild. The main threats to these birds are deforestation through logging and expanding agriculture. Forests are being lost at a high rate, and most of the eagle’s forest in the lowlands are owned by logging companies. This bid became the national bird of the Philippines in 1995 being featured on at least twelve stamps from 1967-2007. and is highly desired by bird-watchers.
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