Council for all wildlife

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To read part one first, click here.

Suzanne’s life journey led her on to Taos, New Mexico, as a facilitator for a new age workshop center, where she met many spiritual seekers and learned to see the many diverse ways that spirit works through us all.

With a life-long fascination for birds and feathers, and an artistic bent, Suzanne started making feather fans out of the feathers of birds who, sadly, had been killed on the roads – with absolutely no idea that this was illegal, until someone told her that all parts of native wild birds are federally-protected.

She switched to making the feather fans out of legally designated feathers from peacocks and other exotic birds (no birds were ever harmed for her artwork); she made a successful living by creating and selling beautiful feather fans.

At the same time, she began to volunteer at a wildlife center…

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