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The Philippine eagle is the national bird of the Philippines. This powerful, large bird, also known as the monkey-eating eagle is found only in the mountains of eastern Luzon in the north of the archipelago and in the heavily forested area of Mindanao.
Because of its unique habitat and evolutionary history, the Philippine government sought to preserve and breed these monkey-eating eagles. The breeding camp for these magnificent predators is the Philippine Eagle Center (PEC) at Malagos near Calinan District, Davao City.
Opening time: Daily 8am to 5pm
Admission: P50 (adults), P30 (children).
The Davao City Water District also collects a fee on entrance of P5 for adults and P3 for kids
HOW TO GET TO THE PHILIPPINE EAGLE CENTER
Modes of Transportation: Jeepney, bus, then tricycle
* Take jeepney or a bus from the Davao city proper to Calinan
* Jeepneys and buses for Calinan are available anywhere at the Bankerohan Public Market
* Buses and jeepneys depart for Calinan every 15 minutes from the Annil Terminal located at corner Quirino and San Pedro
Extension in Davao. Bus fare is at Php30.
* From Calinan, take a pedicab to the Philipppine Eagle Center for Php6.
Address: Malagos, Baguio District, Davao City
Tel. No.: (82) 221 3021
Philippine Eagle Foundation:
Tel. No.: (82) 224 3021