In 1994, the IUCN and BirdLife International listed this species as critically endangered. The IUCN believed that between 180 and 500 Philippine eagles survive in the Philippines.
Is Pag Asa the eagle dead?
sa]; January 15, 1992 – January 6, 2021) was a Philippine eagle and the first of his species to be bred and hatched in captivity.
|Pag-asa in 2007|
|Died||January 6, 2021 (aged 28) Davao City, Philippines|
|Cause of death||Trichomoniasis and aspergillosis infections|