1. Mindanao Bleeding - Heart Doves (Galllcolumba criniger)
The Mindanao bleeding-heart doves are rare and found in the forest running on the ground, singly or in pairs. Distinctive on their three grey wing bars, chestnut back and secondary wing features, white throat extending around large deep orange red patch on breast and cinnamon belly and undertail coverts. They call soft co-co-ooot lasting 1.5 seconds and repeated every 5 seconds.
2. Nicobar Pigeon (Caloenas nicobarica)
Nicobar pigeons are rare and local on small, forested inhabited island, hardly ever on larger ones and they are usually along the coast. Walks and feeds on the ground but will flush up into the canopy. They call deep growl gwwooow lasting.5 seconds, often given in pairs with 4 seconds pause between notes.
Barn Swallow (Hirundo rustica)
Barn Swallows are abundant visitors recorded from late July to early June, in a range of habitats from the coast to above the forest in high mountains. They are fast, graceful flyers that may be close to the ground or high in the sky. Deeply forked tail, dark breast band, and whitish or buff underparts that separates it from resident Pacific Swallow. Barn Swallows call musical twittering.
Philippine Eagle (Pithecophaga jefferyi), also featured on the P100 stamp but on this new stamp, only its upper body is shown.
The Philippine Postal Corporation will issue a miniature sheet of 14 stamps similar to the birds definitives issued in 2007 to publicize Philpost's participation at the Taipei 2008, the 21 st Asian International Stamp Exhibition to be held at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 3 in Taipei, Taiwan from March 7 to 11, 2008.