Great news from Neil and Laura! Their Philippine eagle film collaboration with Cornell Lab of Ornithology will screen at the Oneota Film Festival in Decorah, IA. Tickets and further information are available here: http://www.oneotafilmfestival.org/ http://birdofpreymovie.com/ They are thrilled to be able to join friends and supporters at this screening and are looking forward to seeing everyone there!
We’ll be scrambling to get ready for the Philippine Eagle Benefit, which starts tonight at 7:00pm! We have a live and on-line silent auction, live music, and a cash bar! For more information (and a donate button), follow this link: Philippine Eagle Benefit! All donations made on the Event page will automatically go to our joint Philippine Eagle recovery project. For more about the Philippine Eagle Project, visit this page: http://www.raptorresource.org/about-us/philippine-eagle-project/
The Raptor Resource Project is holding a Philippine Eagle benefit at the Celtic Junction in St. Paul on Friday, February 26th, starting at 7:00pm. The Philippine Eagle is one of the three largest and most powerful eagles in the world. Unfortunately, it is also among the world’s most critically endangered species, with just 400 pairs of eagles remaining in a rapidly dwindling wild. The Raptor Resource Project is partnering with the Philippine Eagle Foundation and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Today we are fundraising money for the Philippine Eagle cam, a project we are taking on in conjunction with the Philippine Eagle Foundation and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology. The Philippine Eagle is one of the world’s most critically endangered birds. By raising awareness of its plight, we hope to preserve the habitat it needs and end the killing of the birds. We will be sending Neil Rettig and Kike Arnal to the Philippines in February of 2016 to scout locations for