The world’s second largest bird, the Philippine Eagle, is at risk of becoming extinct. The Philippines has pledged to protect its national bird and has even classified its home, the forests of Mt. Hilong-Hilong, as a key biodiversity conservation area. So why is the government allowing mining, logging and quarrying activities on Mt. Hilong-Hilong?
Sign the petition demanding that the Philippine government put a stop to these destructive activities on Mt. Hilong-Hilong. The Philippine Eagle only lays an egg every one or two years, already making it difficult to survive. If the destruction on Mt. Hilong-Hilong doesn’t stop soon, the world’s second largest bird could be lost forever.
To help, please carefully read the instructions found on this page: Save the Philippine Eagle