Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) Executive Director Dennis Salvador (right) hands over to Environment Secretary Roy A. Cimatu (left) a watercolor painting of the Philippine eagle (Pithecophagajefferyi) at the DENR central office in Quezon City. PEF is the primary government partner that carries out conservation activities on the Philippine eagle such as rescue, rehabilitation and breeding at the Philippine Eagle Center in Davao City. The Philippine eagle is critically endangered and it is estimated that there are less than 400 pairs left in the wild. Looking on is Philippine Ambassador to Singapore Joseph del Mar Yap (middle). ###