Birds can be the most secretive and distrustful creatures in the animal kingdom, yet they will always know how to repay you if they are treated with kindness. This remark inspired Lohwana Halaq, a Filipino caregiver who has been responsible for the care and protection of a rare eagle for the past five years.
Sinag is the name of a Philippine eagle who dwells in The Philippine Eagle Foundation’s sanctuary.
Although there are other instances of its kind in the area, it turns out that this creature gets along with no one save its human carer and mother.
Despite the fact that, according to caretakers and professionals in the area, Sinag has recognized the lady as her lover. The way he interacts with the young woman and the bond he has with her is unusual.
Lohwana, for one, is unconcerned that this bird regards her as his lover or wife. The young lady is overjoyed to be able to do her job, which she does with the utmost passion and attention.
Halaq is aware of the plight of these birds, which, according to the Philippine government’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources, are among the world’s largest and longest.
“The Philippine eagle is on the verge of extinction owing to habitat destruction. If this circumstance continues, the young individuals will be unable to propagate their species due to a lack of territory. Hunting has also contributed to the population drop, according to the Philippine government’s Department of Environment and Natural Resources.