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Philippine Eagle Centre, Davao City

(3.8/5 based on 460+ reviews on the web)
Marvel at one of the largest birds on the planet at Philippine Eagle Centre, aimed at protecting and nurturing this critically endangered species. Visit the complex, nestled in the jungle, for a chance to see one of its 35 resident Philippine eagles up close. These massive birds, with wingspans that often exceed 2.1 m (7 ft), represent a significant portion of the nation's total population of this species, which numbers only around 500. Explore the center and its lush grounds, and keep your eyes peeled for both the famed eagles and other native birds that call the park home. You can call ahead to arrange a free guided tour, ideal for visitors interested in learning more about the local birdlife. To visit Philippine Eagle Centre on your holiday in Davao City, and find out what else Davao City has to offer, use our Davao City vacation planner.
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  • It is located in Malagos. Entrance fee is 5 pesos at the park, where the Philippine Eagle Center is located, and 150 pesos at the center itself. It is a bird sanctuary where you can also find other bi...  more »
  • The trip here is enjoyable when you commute like locals do - jeepney then motorcycle ride ;) Boyfie and I enjoyed watching and taking photos of the august eagles and the other animals taken care of in...  more »
  • Metered taxi from the airport costed me almost 600 pesos one way on a light to moderate traffic. It's quite far from the city proper. Other options is to commute but it will take you a little more tim...  more »
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  • Got a chance to have a Selfie with eagle with a heart warming and touching story behind it. I almost cried when I heard it. His name is Fighter. So sad that he only have one wing. The other one was shot by irresponsible hunters. Still he loves posing for pictures. Special thanks also to Kuya Euro for the nice shot.
  • I'm glad there's a place like this that takes good care of endangered species. Good amount of rare animals to see, mostly birds. It's awesome getting a selfie with a Philippine Eagle. Bring tissue paper, don't know when bird poop will strike, lol. Also, take a picture of the site map.
  • Not one who likes birds in captivity, this was still attractive if only to see this iconic bird close up. Having seen it in the wild at distance, you have to come to visit this place to be totally overawed and inspired by this solid, majestic bird. Anything which increases an interest in the bird and preserving the habitat on which it depends on is crucial for its survival. It is sad to see birds in cages however as remaining habitat is destroyed, it my be the only contact many will have with this bird. The Philippines in particular is not a country where there is real political resolve to protect the environment and destruction can be easily seen for those who care to look. Nice centre though with pleasant gardens. But the only reason to come here is the magnificent Philippine Eagle - stunning.
  • Great place for educational tour and to be more aware on how to preserve wildlife.
  • Please support the Philippine eagle park. It's good to see that there's an organization that is taking care of the endangered Philippine eagle. You can sponsor an eagle, or donate an amount, but the simplest way to support the eagles is to visit the park.