Helicopter Tragedy, Nepal 2006: Book of Condolences: Messages so far

"To the people who live for helping the environment and its animals, the work you do for helping our environment is always noticed and appreciated. I am so sorry that these WWF members died in Nepal. They risked their lives to save wild life, and they did so with great respect. It's a terrible loss when people like these WWF members, who work so hard to make the world a better place, leave this life. I'm sorry for your- and their families loss."
Miranda Tanner, Ontario, Canada

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"It was a great shock to hear of this tragedy. I am so sorry, for the families and friends and also for conservation. May the spirits of these good people travel well in their new journey."
Abhishek singh, New Delhi. India

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"My sympathies go out to the family and friends of all those lost. Such a tragedy. It breaks my heart to see people who have dedicated themselves so fully to causes of such great importance taken from us too early. I hope we all take a little piece of their compassion and drive to better the world around us. In that way they will live forever in the good deeds of others."
Leigh, Toronto, Canada

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"Please accept my most sincere condolences. This is a terrible loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you."
Pam, Kentucky

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"Dear all, I would like to extend my heartfelt condolence to you all irrespective of the geography on the untimely demise of the people dedicated to the conservation on that black day for conservation. "
Man Kumar Dhamal, MSc Second year Khwopa College Bhaktapur, Nepal

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"Thank you for all of your hard work and not being afraid to stand up for what you believe in. The world could use more people like you. Condolences and prayers to the families and friends."
Jess- Calgary, Alberta, Canada

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"There are really no words to describe the sadness felt upon hearing about the senseless deaths of so many good, caring people. Jenn and I were good friends in high school and unfortunately lost touch thereafter. My memories of her are so fond. The strength of her convictions and her good heart were clear back then so I wasn't surprised to learn of the path she chose in life."
Cathy Regan, London, Canada

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"I want to add my voice to the voice of all of the people around the world expressing their grief for the loss of these nature heroes. The fight continues and they will be always remembered. My heart goes out to their families and loved ones at this time of painful loss."
Martha Ruben, Ottawa, Canada

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"My sincere condolences."
Eric Charbonneau, Ontario, Canada

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"I would like to express my deep sadness and condolences to the friends and family of the members killed in the crash. It is so sad and unfortunate that this tragedy happened. May God bless them and all of us remember their important work."
Gerard Peterson, Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada.

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"These people were conservation ambassadors of Nepal, and had proved themselves by creating a bright future for wildlife and undertaking holistic conservation approach. As a young fresh veterinarian, trying to work for conservation, I was fascinated by them and had dreamed to work with them. I think sincere condolences to all of them will be to complete their remaining works. Now lets rejuvenate ourselves and be committed to fulfill the remaining void."
Dr Jeewan Thapa, Nepal

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