Philippine Eagle Kadasig
The COVID 19 pandemic threatens all our animals at the PEC and there is one particular Philippine Eagle that needs our support – Philippine Eagle “Kadasig.” Kadasig has a critical role in our conservation breeding program as he can potentially produce an offspring through the cooperative artificial insemination (CAI) method. That means Kadasig contributes to his species’ fight to survive and flourish in the future.
However, Kadasig needs our help. He is the only Philippine Eagle at the Center that is currently not adopted. We call on everyone to stand with Kadasig.
With a minimum donation of Php 250, we can help provide his needs for a whole year and watch the special online screening of the award-winning film Bird of Prey. Kadasig’s welfare rests on the support we can extend to him. As a community, let us adopt Kadasig.
Please visit www.philippineeaglefoundation.org/donate, take a screenshot of your donation via BPI, BDO, GCash, or Paypal, and email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for the online screening details.
For two years now, Kadasig has been under the care of his keeper and surrogate mate Dodong Oxales. Kadasig is a mal-imprinted eagle which means he recognizes his keeper as his mate. It is through this special bond between them that Kadasig can sire an offspring by being a semen donor for the cooperative artificial insemination (CAI) method.
With your donation of Php 250, you can contribute to sustaining Kadasig’s needs for a year and watch the Bird of Prey online screening on June 24! Follow these steps to register!
1. Pledge for Kadasig via https://bit.ly/3e3Co8H
2. Take a screenshot of your pledge.
3. Sign-up on the online screening via https://bit.ly/osbirdofprey or send your screenshot to email@example.com.
Registration is open until June 23!
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