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Flapping My Wings

Birds use a variety of methods to communicate with each other, including vocalizations, beak tapping, courtship displays, flight patterns and nonvocal wing sounds. Numerous species of birds have the ability to create sounds that attract mates or warn of dangers. Changes in the spacing of feathers allow the air to pass through during flight to create different vibrations that result in an audible noise.

Raven Woman

At Baba’s, my Raven doll reminds me that, while she is off on her mortar we can spare some time to just dance and flap our wings.