Philippine Eagle released back into the wild on Independence Day b
By Karen Lou Deloso
Photos by Eden Jhan Licayan
After nearly three years of intensive rehabilitation, the Philippine eagle named ‘Pamana’ was released back into the wild Friday, June 12 in time for the national celebration of the Independence Day.
Led by the Philippine Eagle Foundation in partnership with the Provincial Government of Davao Oriental and other partners, the iconic raptor was freed at the buffer zone of the Mount Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in Brgy. La Union in San Isidro town.