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The Crow Pheasant: Bringer of Auspicious Omens

Oct 25, 2018
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In my small garden in Kechara Forest Retreat, on the roof of the newly built dog kennel landed a very unusual bird. I can see it clearly from my window. It is around 20-25 inches. All black except for two light brown wings. He has a long feathered tail and long beak. He is...

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Tales of the Mystical Firebird

Dec 28, 2016
Tales of the Mystical Firebird

Since ancient times, there has been much fascination with bird-like creatures because of their ability to fly and their freedom to go where mere mortals cannot, at least until the advent of modern technology. Their mystery and seasonal disappearances also add to their allure. It is no wonder then that the Firebird continues to...

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How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Sep 1, 2016
How to Bird-Proof Your Windows to Protect Our Feathered Friends

Dear friends, It is a very common occurrence for birds to fly into windows. Most of our windows are clear and transparent, and birds will fly straight into the window thinking that they are heading towards an open space. Most birds do not survive this type of collision so it is very important for...

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Help The Birds That Nobody Wanted

May 16, 2015
Help The Birds That Nobody Wanted

(Posted by Admin) His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche has a very spontaneous and natural love for animals since he was a child. He feels deeply for animals because he had observed that all beings need love, sustenance and are averse to pain and suffering. Rinpoche teaches empathy towards animals that are unable to free themselves...

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Tsem Rinpoche cares for animals

Dec 17, 2014
Tsem Rinpoche rescued these fish and has been caring for them ever since

Tsem Rinpoche just sent this short teaching to some of us. I wanted to share it here so you have a glimpse into how Rinpoche thinks. In the midst of everything Rinpoche coordinates, organises, teaches and promotes, Rinpoche still has the care and time to think of the creatures everyone else often overlooks. Rinpoche’s...

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They didn’t want us…(KFR)

Oct 14, 2013
They didn’t want us…(KFR)

The very first bird that I had was given to me by a nun named Anila Thubten Chonyid when I was very young.  I have always loved birds. I find that they each have their own little personalities… they have their own temperaments, likes and dislikes, cliques, habits, attitudes etc. I always want to provide...

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The Old Man Nobody Wants

Jul 22, 2012
The Old Man Nobody Wants

I’ve always loved animals. My love for birds started when I was given my first bird as a child. It was a grey female cockatiel, given to me by Anila (a nun) named Carmen in America. Since then I have had more pets, including birds, dog, fishes… I usually go and liberate birds…. I...

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Meet Our Little Avian Friends

Jul 3, 2011
Meet Our Little Avian Friends

I have from time to time gone shopping with my friends and students and because I have a soft spot in my heart for all animals, I have many times returned home with more than a few friends of the feathered kind. Currently the Tsem Ladrang Aviary has 35 birds adopted from a less-than-exciting...

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Dog nurses injured bird!

May 11, 2011
Dog nurses injured bird!

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A Tale of a Bird

May 6, 2011
A Tale of a Bird

Friday, May 6, 2011 Mumu and Oser (my two schnauzer doggies) brought something to my bed just a few mins ago.. They put it behind my back on my bed when I was typing. I didn’t pay attention…after a short while, I turned around and saw them intensely staring at this object on my...

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