The Philippines ranks 9th in the number of countries having the most number of globally threatened birds (74 species). Of the more than 200 Endemic Birds that the Philippines have, more than half are either Critically Endangered (15 species), Endangered (12), Vulnerable (47) and Near Threatened (59). Source: http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/country/philippines
Endangered species are any species which is in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range. This gallery of Endangered Birds covers the Critically Endangared, Endangered and Vulnerable categories.
All of these birds are Endemic Philippine Birds, except for two Migrants – Chinese Egret and Far Eastern Curlew. All of these bird photos were taken in the wild, in their natural habitat, except for two – Philippine Eagle (Philippine Eagle Center) and Negros Bleeding-Heart (Silliman University).