Lord of the Forest

If it’s possible to fall in love with a bird…

this would be The One.

“It is possible that no one has ever described this rare raptor, one of the world’s largest, without using the word “magnificent.” If there are those who did, then heaven heal their souls.”

“In the kind of irony all too familiar to conservationists, however, the very evolutionary adaptations that made it magnificent have also made it one of the planet’s most endangered birds of prey.”

where have all the forests gone?

where have all the forests gone?

“Awareness about conservation issues, however, is rising in the Philippines. A series of devastating floods and mud slides in the past decade has convinced Filipinos that the loss of forest affects not just wildlife but people too.”

Head over to National Geographic here to see the rest of the magnificent photo gallery, photos taken by Klaus Nigge. The text in italics are from the accompanying article “Lord of the Forest” by Mel White, here. Go.


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3 thoughts on “Lord of the Forest

  1. Marc July 16, 2008 at 3:55 am Reply

    Hi Rina,

    Are you with renewable energy coalition? Kindly email me back if you are.

    best regards,

    – Marc


  2. rina July 16, 2008 at 9:15 am Reply

    Hi Marc, yes I am 🙂 will email you


  3. Kagsabua, 3 « howling at the moon July 21, 2008 at 5:20 am Reply

    […]   Even as I was gushing about the magnificent beauty of the Philippine Eagle in my previous entry, yet another eagle was shot dead in the forests of the Mt. Kitanglad Range Natural Park in Bukidnon […]


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