|First Philippine eagle bred in captivity turns 20|
Source: Inquirer News
DAVAO CITY, Philippines — Pag-asa, the first Philippine Eagle bred and hatched in captivity, turns 20 on Sunday, but with neither a mate nor an offspring. Pag-asa’s successful hatching in 1992 was considered a breakthrough, giving conservationists hope of beefing up the dwindling eagle population and leading to other successful hatching efforts in that year and the next. READ MORE »
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