Watching a woodcutter cutting trees in the forest, a parrot thinks he must do something before the whole forest is cut down. The parrot tells this to a friend and a meeting is called. The next time the woodcutter comes to the forest, he sees birds sitting on the tree he was to cut. The birds say, “Our lives must end but trees must not” The woodcutter thinks to himself that to teach a lesson to humans, even the birds had to do the Chipko Movement. By Jyoti, Rasta NGO

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