Geothermica, Philippine eagle in Bird Paradise, passes away at Mandai Wildlife Reserve.

By | September 10, 2023

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Death – Obituary News : Geothermica, a Philippine eagle at Bird Paradise in Singapore, has died, according to the Philippine Eagle Foundation. The foundation expressed sadness over the loss but assured the public that efforts to preserve the species will continue.

FLY FREE, GEOTHERMICA

Geothermica, one of the Philippine eagles in Bird Paradise at Mandai Wildlife Reserve in Singapore, passed away on Thursday, September 7, the Philippine Eagle Foundation announced.

Geothermica, a majestic female Philippine eagle, captured the hearts of wildlife enthusiasts around the world with her grace and beauty. She was born on April 12, 2008, and arrived at the Bird Paradise in 2010.

Known for her striking appearance, Geothermica had a wingspan of over seven feet and was a symbol of strength and resilience. She was a true ambassador for her species, raising awareness about the importance of conservation efforts for Philippine eagles.

Throughout her life, Geothermica played a vital role in the breeding program at the Bird Paradise, successfully producing offspring that contributed to the conservation of her endangered species. Her legacy lives on through her descendants, who will continue to carry forward her bloodline and preserve the genetic diversity of Philippine eagles.

Geothermica’s passing has left a void in the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing her. Her gentle nature and regal presence will be sorely missed by the staff at Bird Paradise and visitors alike.

Despite the sorrow felt by her loss, the Philippine Eagle Foundation assures the public that Geothermica’s passing will not deter their commitment to protecting and conserving the Philippine eagle population. They remain steadfast in their mission to ensure the survival of this magnificent bird and its habitat.

Geothermica’s memory will forever be cherished, and her legacy will inspire future generations to work towards a world where endangered species, like the Philippine eagle, can thrive in their natural habitats. May she rest in peace, soaring high in the heavens where she truly belongs..