Expeditions in unexplored territories of the Philippine King of Birds

An update by J Kahlil B. Panopio, EDGE Philippine Eagle Fellow     We still know very little about the expanse of Philippine Eagle territories in Mt. Mingan, let alone in the whole Sierra Madre Mountain Range of Luzon, Philippines. But now, with the help of local communities and stakeholders in Mt. Mingan, we are slowly shedding […]

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Life on the EDGE: May-June 2015

Welcome to Life on the EDGE, our monthly blog featuring news about our projects, fellows, species, and all other things EDGE.  This is our first update in a little while, so we’ve got a lot to cover! In May, Chris Michaels from ZSL’s herpetology department visited two of our EDGE fellows in Mexico.  Fellows Karla […]

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Mt. Mingan: The Philippine Eagle conservation hub of Sierra Madre

From Luzon to Mindanao the Philippine Eagle will be highlighted by various NGOs and conservation efforts from June 4-10 for Philippine Eagle Week.  Which is fitting because it was almost a year ago when my team and I trekked the ridges and valleys of Mt. Mingan in search for Philippine Eagles (Pithecophaga jefferyi). Traversing the […]

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