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A lifetime of dedication to the Peregrine Fund
Harpy Eagles are among the world’s largest and most powerful eagles; deforestation and shooting are the two main threats to their survival. The Peregrine Fund’s commitment to creating a more productive captive population of Harpy Eagles was realized with the construction of the Neotropical Raptor Center and breeding facility in Panama City, Panama, in 2001, 17 eagles hatched in the first year alone. The captive breeding phase ended in 2006 and the last captive birds were released in 2008. Today The Peregrine Fund is working with indigenous communities to protect valuable habitat in Panama’s Darien Rainforest for the Harpy Eagle and many other species of wildlife. (Photographer David Anderson)
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