The Crane Bird, Birds and Beasts in Welsh folklore and mythology, a tale from Wales
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Title: The Crane Bird


The crane is often mistaken for the heron.  When the crane flies against the stream, she asks for rain, when with the stream she asks for fair weather. This bird is said to be thin when the moon wanes, and fat at the waxing of the moon.


Find information on "The Crane Bird", and Birds and Beasts, in Wales. Celtic and Welsh mythology and folklore in the Walesdirectory.co.uk.