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                    [Title] => Pag-asa, first Phl eagle bred in captivity, turns 23
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Pag-asa, the first Philippine Eagle bred and hatched in captivity, is well and in good condition as he turns 23 today.

[DatePublished] => 2015-01-15 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [1] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 917752 [Title] => ‘Mabuhay’ the eaglet now a month old [Summary] =>

Mabuhay, the first offspring of Pag-asa, the first Philippine Eagle bred in captivity, and 29-year-old female eagle Kalinawan, is now a month old.

[DatePublished] => 2013-03-10 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [2] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 909398 [Title] => Eaglet named ‘Mabuhay’ [Summary] =>

“Mabuhay.” The word denotes life, and a warm welcome. It is the name chosen for the first offspring of Pag-asa, the first Philippine Eagle bred in captivity.

[DatePublished] => 2013-02-16 01:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => http://imageshack.us/a/img811/8315/geneaglethumb.jpg ) [3] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 897509 [Title] => Phl Eagle ‘Pag-asa’ turns 21 [Summary] =>

Pag-asa, the first Philippine Eagle successfully bred and hatched in captivity, turned 21 years old yesterday with a series of activities at the Philippine Eagle Center here in Barangay Malagos.

[DatePublished] => 2013-01-16 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 0 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => News Commentary [SectionUrl] => news-commentary [URL] => http://imageshack.us/a/img338/6046/sfnewthumb.jpg ) [4] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 832575 [Title] => Sponsors sought for release of 2 eagles [Summary] =>

The non-profit Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) is looking for prospective sponsors to fund the planned release into the wild later this year of two Philippine eagles as part of its conservation efforts to save the already dwindling population of eagles.

[DatePublished] => 2012-07-29 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [5] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 660254 [Title] => 'Chick # 24' the eaglet dies [Summary] =>

The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) has announced the loss of “Chick # 24,” the latest eaglet hatched in captivity last Jan. 19 at the Malagos Eagle Center here.

[DatePublished] => 2011-02-25 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [6] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 603131 [Title] => 20 RP eagles up for adoption [Summary] =>

At least 20 Philippine Eagles are up for “adoption” at the Philippine Eagle Center here.

[DatePublished] => 2010-08-17 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Headlines [SectionUrl] => headlines [URL] => ) [7] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 317052 [Title] => Prospects good for captive-breeding of RP eagle [Summary] => DAVAO CITY — Prospects remain good for the captive breeding program of the Philippine eagle, as Pag-asa, the country’s first eagle bred in captivity at the Philippine Eagle Center in Malagos District here turned 14 last Saturday.

"What is important is that now we know the captive breeding program better and we can now produce eaglets on a regular basis compared to 14 years ago. We have definitely made progress since Pag-asa was hatched in 1992," Philippine Eagle Foundation executive director Dennis Salvador told The STAR.
[DatePublished] => 2006-01-17 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [8] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 307104 [Title] => Steps taken to protect RP eagle from bird flu [Summary] => DAVAO CITY — Measures are in place at the Philippine Eagle Center in Calinan district here to ensure that the country’s national bird is protected from the dreaded avian influenza virus.

The 8.4-hectare Malagos Center, which lies at the foot of Mt. Apo, is home to 39 Philippine eagles bred in captivity, as well as a number of other birds, mammals and reptiles and a vast assemblage of flora, typical of a tropical rainforest.

The center has become a favorite tourism destination in this part of the country.
[DatePublished] => 2005-11-17 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) [9] => Array ( [ArticleID] => 264070 [Title] => 8 lawmakers raise funds to preserve RP eagle [Summary] => DAVAO CITY — Eight young congressmen have raised funds to beef up efforts to preserve the almost-extinct Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga Jefferyi) through an education program for children.

Initiated by Davao City second district Rep. Vincent Garcia, the lawmakers raised P750,000 which will be used to put up a children’s exhibit area at the Philippine Eagle Center in Malagos District here.

The amount was turned over to officials of the Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF), which runs the Malagos Center, last Aug. 30.
[DatePublished] => 2004-09-09 00:00:00 [ColumnID] => 133272 [Focus] => 0 [AuthorID] => [AuthorName] => [SectionName] => Nation [SectionUrl] => nation [URL] => ) ) )
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