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Birds: Explore the Symbology and Significance of These Divine Winged Messengers

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Birds are all around us--building nests for their eggs, perching on a nearby tree branch, floating freely on a breath of wind. But do you ever feel like a bird might be trying to connect with you--or even tell you something? This book can help you figure out the special message your visitor is trying to share.

Inside this lovely illustrated field guide you'll find everythi

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Kindle Edition, 240 pages
Published December 18th 2011 by Adams Media
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Katie
Birds: Explore the Symbology and Significance of These Divine Winged Messengers is a field guide that offers information on the mythical, folkloric, and cultural associations of dozens of birds, from the albatross to the yellow warbler. Additional information includes their physical descriptions, geographic location and environment, and interesting facts about the birds themselves.

I was a little disappointed that certain birds were not included (Penguins? Peacocks? Why would you leave those out?
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Elizabeth Olson
This unusual guide has the requisite identification and habitat bits, plus entries for each bird on "interesting or unusual facts", "folklore and mythology" and "omens and divinatory meaning". Entertaining reading.
Robyn V.
the folk lore sections were enjoyable. the art work was pretty but mostly not accurate.
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