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Philippine Eagle

Pithecophaga jefferyi


These pictures were shot at Philippines Eagle Center of Davao.


Also known as the Monkey Eating Eagle.

1 species ID suggestions

Philippine Eagle
Pithecophaga jefferyi Philippine Eagle

191 Comments (1–25)

Chris Taklis
Chris Taklis a month ago

Awesome shots. So close. Congrats...

I've never seen a prettier picture taken of one of these amazing endangered birds. Since I've never been to the Philippines, I haven't seen one in real life but this picture seemed like it was the real bird! Nice job!

Cheri Marquardt
Cheri Marquardt 2 months ago

Looks like something from National Geographic - great spotting pic!

Daniel R Hughes
Daniel R Hughes 3 months ago

very cool

Daniel Hughes
Daniel Hughes 4 months ago

Very very cool. I'm a big fan of endangered of my favorite animals is the Philippine eagle.

luis1 6 months ago

is orange

moreesyous a year ago


Desmond.E.S.O a year ago


yunseong1 a year ago

Wow I have never knew some Eagles has blue beak.

ILoveAnimals a year ago

To be preserved because they are already close to extinction😁

ILoveAnimals a year ago

I live in the Philippines that's why We study about this. Some of these eagles are kept in a sanctuary.

JuniorCarvalho a year ago

Linda foto, bela ave.

James McNair
James McNair a year ago

This bird is insanely beautiful and what spectacular images, bravo ShaumingLo

Mona Pirih
Mona Pirih 2 years ago

Gorgeous !!

medusasnakes123 2 years ago

It's eyes look like human eyes! :0 :)

peter9 2 years ago

Excellent - thanks for this. I am part of a small U.S.-based group that works with local conservation groups to raise awareness and funding for endangered species, with our flagship species being this gorgeous Eagle. Stop by and visit - thanks:

HazelMarley 2 years ago

That's so cool! Great picture.

Kenan 2 years ago

Cool man

ZairaLucas 2 years ago

I wonder just about how many of them exist and inhabit forests before deforestation occur and before being hunted by nonchalant people. Now the rare and powerful bird nearly extinct..

start3 2 years ago


ceejayalyssa 2 years ago

very sharp image. congrats!

JamesCramer 2 years ago

Great color and detail, amazing picture.....

venusflytrap2000 2 years ago

love pic three

ShaumingLo 2 years ago

Thanks AkhilRokade for all the info and help, appreciate it.

AkhilRokade 2 years ago

Kindly use for Birds injury time shock mixture benefit in injured birds blood pressure control

1. For external wound i apply cottan soaked in calendula mother tincturefor bone fracture use symphytum mother tinct as above.
2. It may need manipulation that can b done by vet after any injury it may have a shock for which I put few drops of shock mixt in little water.

3. Give few drops of this water by cotton swab few times after some interval
4. Shock mixture :- arnica 200 + ignatia 200 + opium200 + passiflor200 in equal quantity.

5. This can b kept prepared in glass bottle.shows good result.

good luck

Davao City, Philippines

Lat: 7.19, Long: 125.46

Spotted on Aug 14, 2010
Submitted on Dec 14, 2011


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