Information about Philippine Eagle Center
Philippine Eagle Center
The Philippine Eagle Center is located in Barangay Malagos in Davao City and houses over 30 Philippine Eagles, 18 of which were captive-bred. Along with caring for the country's national bird, the center is also home to more than 100 other birds of prey, reptiles, and mammals. To inspire visitors to help save this endangered species, the center features various facilities where you can interact with some of the Philippine Eagles here. One of the most popular facilities here is the center's Flight Zone, where they conduct the "Raptors in Flight'' show. During this exhibit, wildlife rangers work with the eagles and other birds of prey to show their skills and tricks. Watch them zoom through the sky and catch prey in midair during these exciting shows. When they're not displaying their prowess in shows, you can find these majestic birds in the Talon Alley, where you can learn more about their stories, especially of the Philippine Eagles that were saved from the wild and later rehabilitated in the center.
Best time to visit
It’s best to visit the Philippine Eagle Center during the country’s dry season, which typically begins in December and ends in May. With fewer chances of rainfall, you can get a clearer view of the eagles and other birds of prey as they soar through the sky during the “Raptors in Flight” show. If you cannot schedule a visit during the dry season, don’t worry as the center is open to guests all year round.