Native Lore: Bluebird and the Coyote
A long time ago the Bluebird's feathers were a very dull ugly colour.
Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards
The logo for the Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards combines a stylized figure holding on to the wings of a bird.
The History of Native American Bone Chokers
The History of Native American Bone Chokers: What they were used for – How they were
When Coyote was traveling about one day, he saw a small bird. The bird was hopping about contentedly and Coyote
Bluebird and the Coyote
A long time ago the Bluebird's feathers were a very dull ugly color. It lived near a lake with waters of the most delicate blue which never changed because no stream flowed in or
The Baldness of the Buzzard
In his travels about the world, Trickster climbed up a hill and when he reached the top, he laid down to
Far North and Arctic Native American Tribes Central Canada in Olden Times
The early people who lived in central Canada in olden times were very inventive. They created a weapon to kill birds called a bola.
The kiwi bird's name comes from the Maori language, and imitates the cry of the male kiwi during the mating
Hematite Indian Thunderbird
This beautiful red figurine, hand-polished by the ancient artisan, was first thought to be meteorite (no sample pieces have been removed from the
Single Wrapped Feathers
Native Americans have an infinite number of decorative uses for feathers. Featherwork often incorporates other materials such as leather, thread, and even animal