A Visit to the King: Philippine Eagle

10 05 2012

Displayed on some streets in Davao City are some gigantic photos that say, “OUR KING CAN FLY”.

The King referred there is no other than the PHILIPPINE EAGLE! Travelling in Davao City, it should not be missed visiting the king. It is at the Philippine Eagle Center, Malagos, Calinan, Davao City.

As one of the prime spots to visit in the city, I went there myself to see it again and pay visit to the king. šŸ™‚

Marker of Philippine Eagle Center

It has been instituted to be part of the eco-tourism and nature conservation in the city of Davao, with this marker as the witness. If Bohol has the Tarsier; Davao City has the Philippine Eagle. šŸ™‚

Vicinity Map of the Center

Just like Dora the Explorer, you need not to worry going there, a map will take as your guide. šŸ™‚ Oppps, it’s just at the Philippine Eagle Center. Anyways, it is not that hard to get there, it’s just faaaaaarrrrr. šŸ™‚

Castle of the King

This is one of the castles of the king. šŸ™‚ You can see the eagle fly around and sometimes look for its prey. It is very refreshing, very green; I can say well-conserved. šŸ™‚

Actually, in this center, not only eagles are seen, some different animals are there as well.

At the Throne

Not all the Eagles there are at their castles. This eagle standing still at his throne is named MINDANAO. Other eagles are also named like Pag-asa, Pagkakaisa, Kabayan and many more. If you like, you can even adopt an eagle and name it after you. šŸ™‚

I really wanted to capture the king with his wings spread, hope to have that shoot one day… šŸ™‚

Tip: In visiting the Philippine Eagle Center, better bring your best camera that can zoom more than 5 with high resolution. Capture the eagle’s eye!

The entrance fee for adults is just P 50.00 while P 30.oo for children. šŸ™‚

Have fun to your visit to the King!





2 responses

10 05 2012
OLAN | The Travel Teller

Our King is definitely the SYMBOL of Davao. Strong, willed and competent. šŸ™‚

11 05 2012

Yeah… Mabuhay kabayan šŸ™‚ naks, salamat sa pagduaw travel teller ehehehhe

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