A touching story about Bird King: who dedicates his life to the birds

  Mr. Swamiji with Guinness record with the aviary with the most bird species: 468 species. (Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

Dr Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji is not a bird collector who takes pleasure in depriving precious birds, but is simply an honest man who wishes to save endangered birds. Threatened, injured and abandoned all over the world so that they can live … that is why he is called the King of the Birds.

Mr. Swamiji, founder of Avadhoota Datta Peetham Monastery, living in Mysuru, India, said it was difficult to know when he had a crush on birds. He was born and raised on the edge of Mekedattu Forest, on the banks of the Cauvery River, and from an early age he spent most of his time observing and observing the many birds that took refuge in the trees surrounding his house.

But it is worth mentioning that after the accident in 2011, Mr. Swamiji suddenly realized that his life purpose is to help birds, especially those at risk of being abandoned, to save birds from them. more and more. Possible, so he built 21 acres of land. (~ 8.5 hectares) bird garden in Mysuru forest.

Recently, Dr. Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji was entered in the Guinness Book of Records for raising and supporting the highest number of birds in the house with 468 species.

Mr. Swamiji with the cute parrots. (Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

Six years ago, when Mr. Swami was visiting Angel Falls in Venezuela, he slipped from a height of over 30 meters and fell into a coma. When he woke up he saw hundreds of wild Amazonian birds surrounding him, and their beauty shocked him, at that moment he arose the intention to build a rehabilitation center to cure animals, injured birds and endangered birds.

(Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

As soon as he returned to India, he started building a barn on land in the garden of his monastery (ashram), a veterinary hospital, rehabilitation center and dozens of aviary. separately in the Mysuru forest.

His works are designed with the technical assistance of Singapore’s Jurong Bird Park. The Shuka Vana Bird Sanctuary officially opened its doors in 2012, and quickly became a hotspot for professionals and avid gamers.

(Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

Up to the present time, Shuka Vana has been home to more than 1,500 birds of 468 species from all over the world. Among them are many species of parrots. These include vivid and colorful parrots such as macaws, cockatoos, Caique parrots, lorikeets and African lovebirds – extremely rare and endangered species.

(Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji and more than 50 associates spend most of the day caring for the birds, from feeding, treating injuries, and even training birds to better interact with guests. sightseeing.

(Photo: SGS Birds / Facebook)

In addition to the endangered birds, Shka Vana is also a paradise for injured and abandoned birds. Here, they are cared for and gradually rehabilitated, or will simply provide the birds with a shelter if their owners do not want to keep them.

Video of Mr. Swamiji and his Bird Rehabilitation Center:

Mr. Sri Swamiji believes that birds are vital to human survival, and he often calls for an end to deforestation and better treatment of birds.

Dr. Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji shared: When we see someone smiling at us, we immediately respond with a smile, because then we perceive and perceive because we are the same species. may not be of the same language, culture, or ethnicity. But we don’t do the same thing with animals, birds, reptiles, or insects.

Yet a parrot always receives and responds to all that the world around it naturally expresses, regardless of species. It sympathizes with everything it comes into contact with, and responds by trying to mimic the sound of the other party.

Through this story, many of us will startled to look back at the human lifestyle in today’s society. Indifference, indifference to the misfortune and pain of others has turned into a frighteningly contagious disease. It causes people to lose their conscience, and moral qualities.

Life is very short, so each of us needs to live according to ethical standards, empathy, and love for those around us. That will be the medicine to completely eradicate this anesthetic disease

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