Gov't offers P100,000 reward for PH eagle Pamana's killer
Paje said the DENR and the Davao Oriental provincial government are investigating Pamana's death.
Marc Fragada, Regional Director of DENR Region 11 and head of the mountain's Protected Area Management Board (PAMB), confirmed this to Rappler.
Based on findings so far, Pamana was killed by 3 air gun pellets, he said.
"We are currently having a meeting with all the forest guard personnel," Fragada added.
His agency plans to coordinate with law enforcement agencies to regulate the use of airguns by locals.
On August 16, the Philippine Eagle Foundation and forest guards discovered the lifeless Pamana, a 3-year-old female eagle, in the buffer zone of Mount Hamiguitan on August 16.
She was released into the wild only on June 12, Independence Day, after years of recovering from human-inflicted injuries. – Rappler.com