Barn Owl by Sue Coccia

Barn Owl by Sue Coccia

According to some Native AMerican symbolism, the OWl is the messenger of the supernatural world and earth-bound spirits. The Cherokee revere the Owl as sacred because of its night sight, and power of protection/ The Barn owl has excellent sight and hearing for capturing prey. See within her night life the mother Opossum, Raccoon, and the Bat. Trying to hide are Mice, and the Rabbit. She who watches silently observes the Owl's journey. Smell the summer berries and find the hidden Ladybug, who brings good luck, happiness and success!