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September 30, 2014

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New Guinea's Birds of Paradise

If I keep a green bough in my heart, then the singing bird will come.

– Chinese Proverb –

New Guinea’s Birds of Paradise

Deep in the isolated wilderness of New Guinea lives extraordinary beauty as you have never seen it before. It pours from within the existence of 39 species of birds found nowhere else on earth. For over a decade, Ed Scholes, a Cornell Lab scientist, and Tim Laman, a National Geographic photojournalist, took on the Birds-of-Paradise project — an incredible journey to capture the majestic splendor of these birds. Mother Nature is full of abundance and boundless wonders. When we are in tune with nature, it connects us back with those universal creative powers and healing energy. Let the birds of paradise dance, parade, and serenade you with their extraordinary ornaments and plumes. { read more }

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To learn more about the project, visit the Birds-of-Paradise website. { more }

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