Philippine Eagle Center is home to about 40 Philippine Eagles, half of which are captive-bred. It also houses many other species of birds, mammals, and reptiles. Simulating a tropical rainforest environment, the center offers the visitor a glimpse into the country’s forest ecosystem. Although the exhibits are used primarily to help educate the Filipino people on conservation, the facility is also considered a major tourist attraction in Davao City.

Tour guiding at the Philippine Eagle Center is free of charge, but it is advisable to call the PEF office and book in advance to ensure the availability of tour guides during your visit.

Malagos, Baguio District Davao City 8000
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Getting there
A one hour drive from the city and can be reached either by private or public transport. Buses going to Calinan depart every 15 minutes from the Annil Terminal located at corner Quirino and San Pedro Extension.
Open 8am-5pm every day
PEC entrance costs P50 for adults and P30 for youth, 18 years old and below
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