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March 19, 2021

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She Convinced a Community to Love a 'Bad Omen'

We want to make a difference in the world. I would call this a spiritual longing to be whole, interrelated, interconnected.

– Terry Tempest Williams –

She Convinced a Community to Love a ‘Bad Omen’

Leptoptilos dubius is the name of a gangly stork, “Once close to extinction, the bird has rebounded in biologist Purnima Devi Barman’s home state of Assam in northeastern India. And that success, according to widespread consensus, is primarily because of Barman, who has single-handedly transformed the species from a reviled nuisance to a beloved cohabitant among a surprisingly broad cross-section of people.” Learn more about Burman’s innovative work that has created new jobs, and rescued an endangered species. { read more }

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Learn more about Barman’s work and her “All-Woman Army for Conservation” efforts. { more }

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