Philippine eagles, a new film

This video says about itself:

Philippine Eagle: Adaptations for Hunting

14 December 2017

Outtakes from the documentary “Bird of Prey” produced by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

For more information about the film, visit the website

Filmed by Eric Liner and Neil Rettig

Edited by Shailee Shah

From the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in the USA, December 2017:

Spending six months camped out in a treetop blind to film one of the world’s largest raptors isn’t everyone’s idea of a good time. And it takes a special creature to inspire that kind of dedication. But the Great Philippine Eagle, with its piercing blue eyes and dedication to its chick, has a way of touching people’s hearts. Learn more about this singular bird and the people working to save it.

Movie Premiere: Bird of Prey. Capping two years of filming, the riveting documentary Bird of Prey brings this magnificent raptor’s story to life. The movie premieres at the D.C. Environmental Film Festival in March 2018.

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