Over HALF of the approximately 70 species of eagles living worldwide are endangered or threatened.*

The mission of Eagles Of The WorldTM Foundation is to help conserve and secure a future for rare and threatened eagle species.

With your support, we can help protect these rare and majestic creatures and their habitats.

Together, we can Keep The Earth’s Eagles Flying Forever Free!TM

More than half of the Earths’ birds of prey species have declining populations.

We have already lost forever the “Haast’s Eagle”, a now extinct eagle species that once lived in the South Island of New Zealand. This species was the largest eagle known to have existed. One of the largest eagles living in the world today, the Philippine Eagle, has a population that has dropped dramatically to only about 400 pairs in the wild (a conservative population estimate). These numbers are dangerously low. Even those species with more sustainable population numbers have faced significant population decreases this century. Time is of the essence to prevent their further decline.

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*These eagles are classified as one of the following: Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN), Vulnerable (VU), or Near Threatened (NT).