Quail

Because QUAIL are considered good eating, they have come to be associated with nourishment. Their frenzied mating habits have also earned them a reputation for sexuality and fertility. Quails live in groups called bevies. In cold weather they will often nestle together to keep warm. They often congregate in a protective circle, tails in and heads facing out so that they can easily spot danger and in retreating startle the predator by flying off noisily in all directions. Quail can teach us to be mindful of danger and how to explode to safety when threatened. The message of quail is “Don’t hesitate in times of crisis.”

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