Picture 3: (out of 4) Breeding activity is the evidence of a perfectly fit condition in captive animals. Here our Black Eagles Ictinaetus malayensis, the common Snake-Eagle Spilornis cheela and our new incubator!...





The BFRCC is reaching a triple goal:
  • education through information campaign and sound research
  • regional development through nature tourism and creation of new employment
  • conservation through its modern breeding program

A bright example of upright utilization of non-endangered, common Raptors being turned into a sound resource to develop a captive bred stock of other species now so dramatically threatened in the wild by human ignorance, habitat destruction and avian diseases!