Saving the world's rarest eagle from extinction

– Philippine Eagle, once abundant, now critically endangered with only 400 pairs left due to deforestation and hunting.

– Marlyn Ambe, Bagobo Tagabawa tribe member, protects forests where eagles reside, vital for the tribe's livelihood.

– The Bagobo Tagabawa tribe sees eagles as symbols of peace, thus safeguarding forests.

– Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) established in 1987 to save eagles and habitats.

– PEF's Forest Guard program involves indigenous tribes in monitoring and patrolling forests.

– Pandemic led to rise in eagle rescues due to increased hunting for economic needs.

– Each eagle needs vast habitat, forest guards crucial in protecting nesting sites.

– The Forest Guard program shows success in safe breeding areas, vital for eagle conservation.

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