The Philippine Eagle Foundation is currently monitoring the presence of Philippine eagles in the province of Apayao.
On April 21, a four-year-old female Philippine eagle was rescued by local fishermen in Apayao while it was searching for food at the Nagan river. Ingagan was eventually released back to the wild on April 24, after it was rehabilitated by the PEF team.
On April 30, PEF Biologist Ron Lemente Taraya and his Indigenous Isnag field crewsuccessfully found the leftover of eagle Ingagan's first successful hunt six days after she was released. She has been feeding on a young Philippine macaque for the past three days as indicated by her radio-telemetry signals.
Photo by Kit Laoat