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Common Ravens have been observed to manipulate others into doing work for them, such as by calling wolves and coyotes to the site of dead animals
In recent years, biologists have begun to recognize that birds engage in play.
Oklahoma United States
Originally posted by AgentScmidt
Where were you driving? Location I mean. Country, State, etc.
Originally posted by NephraTari
This happened just last week.
all I could see was its immense wings in my windshield view I could actually hear the enormous whooshing sound they made because they were so massive it seemed as the bird would never get up into full flight.
[edit on 7-6-2008 by NephraTari]
Originally posted by LetsTouch
A thunderbird in oklahoma? that you saw as soon as you started researching them a little fishy, usually thunderbirds seem to be associated with south america sooooo, a little fishy
Thunderbirds are one of the few cross-cultural elements of Native North American mythology. Stories of Thunderbirds are found among the Plains Indians, as well as among Pacific Northwest, the Illini, Ojibwa, and Northeastern Tribes. Thunderbird mythology is found among the Early European Tribes also, but readily apparent traces are masked by later cultures. The Quileute, sometimes spelled Quillayute, is the name of a Native American tribe living along the Quillayute River in the Pacific northwestern state of Washington on the Olympic Peninsula. The following is their version of the Thunderbird legend from stories adapted from Indian Legends of the Pacific Northwest by Ella E. Clark, University of California Press, 1958: