I was shocked when I read this and its one of those things you see in movies but here you have it in real life, so I decided to pass it across to our readers. A young man with a microphone stepped onto a small stage and cawed like a crow. Minutes later, hundreds of noisy birds circled above him, perched on trees and sat on roof tops, astounding the crowd at a show called the "crow conference". Just imagine how someone does that. But I guess he did.
Gautam Sapkota is a native of Nepal and he is fondly called "bird brother". He is a 30-year-old school dropout who has been doing "crow shows" at schools since 2005 to entertain students and raise awareness about nature and the conservation of birds. He says he can imitate the sounds of 251 kinds of birds and hopes for recognition of his talents from Guinness World Records. He plans to broaden his conservation message with an album that remixes Nepali songs with the sound of a crane.