Friday, February 18, 2011

बिदेशीले नेपालको बाघ बचाउन कबिता लेखे

नेपालमा दिन दिनै लोप हुँदै गएको जङली जनावर बाघको बारेमा वेब साइटबनाउदै थिए हुन यो नाथे वेबसाइटले के बाघ बचाउथ्यो ? तै पनिसानो तिनो इन्फर्मेसन दिनको लागि डाटा खोज्दै थिए। एक दिन अनलाइनमेरा साथी पिटर भेटिए। उनी Philadelphia, US का लोकल कबि हुन। मलाईबाघ मन पर्ने नेपाल तथा विश्वबाटनै लोप हुन लागेकोले बाघ बचाउकोअभियानको नारा सहीत वेबसाइट बनाइ रहेको कुरा पिटरसँग गरे।

उनलाई पनि खुब बाघ मन पर्दो रहेछ, मेरो यो अभियानमा उनले कबितालेखेर सहयोग गर्ने बाचा गरे त्यो अनुरुप बर्ष अघी उनले थुप्रै बाघसम्बन्धी कबिता लेखेर दिए। तेही अनुरुप यो साइट

यो काम मैले पैसा वाह् वाह् को लागि नभएर आफ्नै मर्जीले गरे पिटरले पनि आफ्नो समय दिएर बिना पैसा मेरो लागिकबिता लेखी दिए। पछी कामको बेस्तताले गर्दा मैले बाघको पेज तिर ध्यान दिन पाइन। तर पिटरले भने लगातार लागेरटन्नै कबिता लेखेर किताब निकालेर नेपालको बाघ बचाउनको लागि यो
किताब समर्पित भनेरनै निकालेरसरप्राइज नै दिए।

अहिले यो किताब(Poems from the heart) तलको लिन्कमा बिक्रीमा छ।

उनले किताब तथा बिक्री गर्न राखेको वेब साइटमा नेपालको बाघ बचाउनको लागि समर्पित कबिता भनेर
राखेका छन।

नेपालमा मान्छेलाई मान्छेको वास्ता छैन तर एउटा बिदेशीले बाघ बचाउन गरेको प्रयासलाई म प्रसंसा गर्छुपिटरलाई तथा सम्पूर्ण नेपाली जनताको तर्फबाट धेरै धेरै


Poems from the Heart: Second Edition

Poems from the Heart presents the second edition of Peter LeBuhn's first collection of poetry, written from his own real life experiences and feelings. It conveys the romance and spirituality that he has discovered in life; it is his way of sharing himself and his dreams with the world. LeBuhn has been writing poetry since 1983 and has immortalized several important events through his poetry, including the Save the Tiger Campaign in Nepal for Archana Shresta. Take an inspirational journey through verse in this deeply emotional collection.

this book can be found here;


Friday, June 18, 2010

Nepal's Tiger Numbers Remain Constant Census Reveals

For Release: Jul 29, 2009
Say cheese! The survey team used camera traps - a non-invasive way to study wildlife. These innovative conservation tools are everyday cameras, equipped with infrared sensors that take a picture whenever they sense movement in the forest.

Say cheese! The survey team used camera traps - a non-invasive way to study wildlife. These innovative conservation tools are everyday cameras, equipped with infrared sensors that take a picture whenever they sense movement in the forest.
© WWF-Nepal

WWF stressed the need to renew tiger conservation efforts in response to the government of Nepal’s announcement of an estimated 121 breeding tigers in four protected areas in the Terai Arc Landscape of Nepal.

“What we have today is a snapshot of tiger populations in one corner of the Eastern Himalayas, one of the last bastions of this endangered species,” said Shubash Lohani of the Eastern Himalayas Program of WWF. “In the bigger picture, the numbers from this survey are not strong enough to withstand an ever increasing demand for tiger parts and derivatives.”

The results represent a nine-month research project that surveyed tiger abundance and distribution in all of the protected areas concurrently for the first time in the Terai Arc Landscape-Nepal. The study was jointly implemented by the government of Nepal, WWF and National Trust for Nature Conservation with support from Save the Tiger Fund and US Fish and Wildlife Service. The survey employed camera trapping inside protected areas and habitat occupancy both inside and outside the protected areas to derive information on both.

“We were encouraged to learn that wild tiger populations remain relatively robust in Chitwan National Park despite the toll taken by conflict and the increasing threat of illegal wildlife trade,” said Dr Rinjan Shrestha of WWF Nepal, who was part of the national survey team. “Unfortunately, a closer look at the data from three other primary protected areas reveals declining numbers that will require concerted conservation efforts to these vulnerable populations.”

Parsa Wildlife Reserve has an estimate of four tigers, Shuklaphanta Wildlife Reserve is likely to have eight tigers and Bardia National Park has 18 according to Nepal’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation. Chitwan national park is still a stronghold for tigers with an estimated population of 91, thanks to intensive anti-poaching operations supported by WWF.

WWF has committed to support the government of Nepal’s Tiger Conservation Action Plan 2008-2012, which plans to increase the population of tigers by 10 percent within the first 5-year period.

Bengal tigers represent the largest number of the magnificent big cat in the wild. Their numbers are plummeting due to an onslaught of illegal wildlife trade, habitat loss and degradation, and human-tiger conflict. The Eastern Himalayas, stretches across key tiger protected areas in north and northeast India, the Terai belt of Nepal and parts of Bhutan. WWF has worked on tiger conservation in the Eastern Himalayas since the 1960s.

source:wwf website

Thursday, March 18, 2010

2010 year tiger

Double or Nothing

On February 14, 2010, the Chinese lunar calendar moved into the Year of the Tiger. Unfortunately, the plight of wild tigers doesn’t call for much celebration. Three subspecies have been driven to extinction in the past century alone and experts estimate there are as few as 3,200 tigers left in the wild. The good news is that together we can secure a future for these magnificent big cats. Join WWF to reach Tx2, our goal to double the number of wild tigers by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger.

wwf website source.

Sunday, February 01, 2009

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Thursday, June 28, 2007

Haunting Eyes of the Tiger

Dedicated to my Dear Friend Archana Shresta In Nepal

The haunting eyes of the tiger
Its Power climbing higher
Peering over ther brush
The wind in a soft hush
speaks lightly
Tiger will move about and make his move
This is his land
to save preserve
The eyes of the tiger
We must understand him
and read him

Peter LeBuhn
Copyright ©2007 Peter LeBuhn


Thanks you so much peter for this beautiful poem - archana

Friday, January 12, 2007

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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Unlimited Power
The Tiger watches over us
Ultimate Protection and Care.
Evil not to enter
Not even to Dare.
The Mighty TigerEver
Watching Ever Knowing ...
Her Family Keeping the dynasty intact
So Strong their possession attract.
Kingly...Queenly With Sovereign Grace.
Over Their Place.
The Mighty Tiger Invincible
The Mighty Tiger
Forever Shall Reign

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Mighty Tiger

Like a powerful mighty tiger
Thy hunger piercing through mine eyes
As I am planning my move
Feeling the heat on the the back of your neck
Thy Strength as The tiger grips
your bodyGiving in...He is devouring...Tasting
Your every last morsel
The desire increases with each taste of flesh...
Every dropp of sweat
The mighty tiger once he has tasted the meat
Tames Him He will hunger for Her always
The Lioness will be part of him
Her taste forever in him
No other will satisfy
Wandering through Life Craving...For His One Love
---Peter LeBuhn ©2006 Peter LeBuhn

This is Mighty Tiger in French.

Le Tigre Puissant .
Le tigre puissant comme une perforation
puissante puissante de faim de Thy de tigre
par des yeux de mine car je projette mon
mouvement sentant la chaleur sur le le dos
de votre force de Thy de cou pendant que le
tigre saisit votre corps donnant dans... lui dévore
... goûtant votre chaque dernier morceau
les augmentations de désir
avec chaque goût de chair... Chaque baisse de
sueur le tigre puissant une fois qu'il a goûté la
viande l'apprivoise qu'il sera affamé d'elle
toujours la lionne fera partie de lui son goût
pour toujours dans lui aucun autre ne
satisfera errer par implorer de la vie...
Pour Son Un Amour
Peter LeBuhn Copyright ©2006 Peter B. Lebuhn