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  • Chloe Diamonds

    #wildlife #life #nature #love #like #awesome #amazing #swag #nice #pretty #natural #beautiful #bird #birds

  • Miss Mae-Mae

    Winter Wren ~ Miks' Pics "Fowl Feathered Friends l" board @

  • Autumn Gracy

    The wren perhaps represented the weak sun. Morien tells his readers "The Druids, instead of a dove, employed a wren to symbolize the sun's divinity escaping into an Arkite shrine, to save himself from his murderous pursuers." "The worshipful animal," says J. G. Frazer, "is killed with special solemnity once a year; and before or immediately after death he is promenaded from door to door, that each of his worshippers may receive a portion of the divine virtues."

  • price kellar

    Winter Wren. sweet little birds

  • Nanette Ringenberg

    sweet bird...oh how i love the Carolina wrens

  • Susan Laughlin

    winter wren PRETTY BIRD

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