Rare footage of a Philippine eagle family shows parents intensively caring for a single eaglet, and the fledgling learning to fly, over the course of five months.
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The Philippine eagle is one of the world's largest and rarest birds of prey. Fewer than 900 adults remain on just four Philippine islands. It took four weeks of searching, seven filming platforms, and five months, to capture this rare, intimate look at a Philippine eagle nest. Philippine eagle pairs mate for life and produce just one egg every two years. See how eagle parents feed and care for an eaglet, and watch the eaglet learn to fly, in this close-up look at a nest.
Learn about the Philippine Eagle Foundation's efforts to save the critically endangered species, and see more footage from the feature film Bird of Prey, for which the footage was filmed.
Read article "Watch an endangered eagle chick grow up in rare video."
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