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Building Critical Stakeholder Support for Conservation of the Philippine Eagle Population along the Sierra Madre Mountain Range
Grantee Name: 
Conservation International-Philippines
HOTSPOT
Philippines
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$121,046
DATES
Jan 2005
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Jun 2007
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Project Overview Overview
CEPF Strategic Direction Strategy
HOTSPOT
Philippines
LOCATION
AMOUNT
US$121,046
DATES
Jan 2005
-
Jun 2007

Locate and monitor Philippine eagles (Pithecophaga jefferyi) and their nests in the Sierra Madre Biodiversity Corridor to help guide a national effort to protect the eagle in the wild. The project also aims to raise local public awareness of the eagle's natural history and conservation needs.

Strategic Direction: 3 Build capacity of civil society to advocate for better corridor and protected area management and against development harmful to conservation