We are inviting everyone to watch this very timely documentary about the Philippine Eagle and why we need to save them. GPP Kalikasan Muna (Green Party of the Philippines) fully supports this project by the biology students of Adamson University in collaboration with the Philippine Eagle Foundation, Forest Foundation Philippines, and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Limited Screening Days – June 24 to 26 Only
The free screening days is only limited from June 24 to 26 only so better register now so that you can watch. Register at https://bit.ly/AdamsonSavePhEagle.
Kindly follow all the instructions in the form and fill in all the necessary information. For further questions or information on this event, please do not hesitate to forward them through the official Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/BirdofPreyAdamson.
Bird of Prey: To Save Our Eagle
In order to aid in saving this species and as well as in raising awareness on the urgency of this issue, this documentary, which was filmed and made particularly by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, showcases the beauty and importance of the Philippine Eagle. The screening of this documentary is entirely free and open to all, although it is a private film that will require registration to gain access to this (the link to register for this event is shown below). The screening will also take place via the application or website of Vimeo, the password will be available upon registration. Then, this will be open for three days, specifically from June 24 to 26 and viewers may watch the film at their own convenient time.
There is no maximum number of participants and anyone who has registered may gain access to the film. We believe that it is necessary for the Filipino people to know about the value of their wildlife and the help that it needs in this time of crisis.
Don’t forget to visit their Facebook page for regular updates on this event and we also recommend if you could also like and share this with your fellow organization members. The link is also indicated below for your reference. Lastly, we would also like to mention that participants in this event have the chance of winning giveaways inspired by the Philippine Eagle.