|Subject:||Philippine (Monkey eating) Eagle on SBS3 program Global Village|
|From:||"Philip Veerman" <>|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Apr 2014 18:15:01 +1000|
I have just stumbled across and watched the 2nd half of a documentary about the Philippine (Monkey eating) Eagle on SBS3 program "Global Village". Was interesting and showed some of the cultural importance of the species to local people and conservation efforts. I have never even seen film of the species before. I don't know if SBS repeats the program.
The half that I saw was well done, apart from a small section that included film of a tame juvenile White-bellied Sea-Eagle, apparently not having noticed the difference. Still a much better effort than our own "Hello Birdy"
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