05 November 2010

American Indian design draws upon ravens

In 1990, November was declared National American Indian Heritage Month. Native American design and lore frequently draws upon the mysterious raven. Scientific research has revealed ravens to be highly intelligent creatures, sentient beings. Learn more about this common, yet uncommon bird at this link to my feature on ravens: "The Raven in Your Garden"

THE IMAGE: Birds inspire Native American dance.

••• Colleen Smith's first novel, "Glass Halo," was released 1 September 2010, and was a finalist for the prestigious Sante Fe Literary Prize.
••• Check out the book at your local library, bookstore, Amazon.com or FridayJonesPublishing.com
Wag your tale.


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