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    In times past, the native American wolf was plentiful all across the United States. Today, they are endangered.

    Throughout Native American culture, the owl is an otherworldly and dangerous entity. A harbinger of doom, a trickster and a witch, the owl is symbolic of a dark and frightening side of the natural world.

    Native Americans recognize beauty in all things, including animals. #SacredAnimals show different meanings in each Native American culture. 

    Tatanka or buffalo was held in high regard by the Lakota people. 

    Flying bison kick 

    The horse brought about changes in the Native Americans’ lifestyles. More of Facts on Horses of Plains Indians

    May the #eagleSpirit watch over you! 

    The eagle is a winged symbol for the Lakota people. It is the strongest and bravest of all birds.

    The buffalo played an important role in the life of Native Americans. 

    Battle of Nature. This photo is amazing.

    Explore your Power Animals Meanings and Significance

    In many ways, a pack of wolves and a tribe of Indians have significant similarities.

    What Power Animals are and their Meanings

    While horses were indigenous to North America thousands of years ago, some found their way to what is now Europe and Asia before they died out. 

    Bear People are learning to withdrawal into the sanctity of their den when outside influences turn “cold” and seemingly “merciless.” Winter is not just a change in season, it is a period of slowing down and can be a time of decline, adversity and dreariness. Learn more

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