researching birds in folklore - and ran across these - (wren) More power to the bards! Jen of the Pickle Bowl http://www,bbc.co.uk/dna/h2g2/alabaster/A655526Jun 2, 2004 1 of 3View Source
researching birds in folklore - and ran across these - (wren) More power to the bards!
Jen of the Pickle Bowl(From bluestackmountain.com - (Eire)
Did You Know!
Traditionally the birds choose their mates on St. Valentines day, and since early times single ladies have taken particular note of the first bird they see on that date, as this provides a clue as to the kind of man they will marry.
Blackbird:A studious, kindly man, perhaps a teacher or writer.
Thrush:A musician, or one who loves music.
Robin:A farmer, or one happiest in the country.
Seagull:A sailor, or one of nature's wanderers.
Rook:A clergyman or a widower.
Dove:A gentle, peace loving man.
Bluetit:A happy optimist, full of fun, whatever his career.
Sparrow:A chatterbox, a fast-talking salesman perhaps
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