IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)

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Very little is known about the biology of the Philippine hawk-eagle, possibly due to its habit of perching in the canopy, concealed with foliage (4). However, it soars frequently, and its presence is often revealed by its distinctive two-note call given in flight or while perched (4). Whilst its diet has not been recorded, like other birds of prey it is likely to use its powerful, hooked bill and long, sharp talons to kill a variety of forest animals.


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