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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. ___________ often contain many lessons associated with community and learning to live with variety, flexibility, and adaptability.
2. The primary food source of a ____________ can also be a totem, if a person does his research.
3. Which kind of feathers makes the best aura dusters, according to a note by the author?
(d) Turkey vulture.
4. What is the study of the interaction between living things and their environments, according to the book?
5. A bird's vision needs to be better than a human's in order for them to better judge _____________.
Short Answer Questions
1. The blackbird keynote entry includes the idea that this bird is linked to understanding the ____________ of Mother Nature.
2. What is the most deadly enemy of the crow, according to this book and the author's findings?
3. The animals should be seen as ___________ powers which provide symbols in our everyday lives.
4. The chicken is linked to what quality, which makes sense given its manner of life cycles, according to the book.
5. In many cases, the early priests and priestesses would adopt the guise of ___________, wearing skins and masks to symbolize reawakening.
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is the turkey vulture a bird which is consistently associated with death and with the afterlife?
2. What is the reason why birds let go of their feathers, according to the findings and the research of the author?
3. What are some of the explanations of the faerie realm, which have been outlined in this section?
4. What are the two species which Andrews describes in terms of their mouse catching abilities?
5. What does Andrews say one should do if he has a serious mouse problem at his house?
6. What does Andrews say is the 'keynote' for the grackle bird when he describes it in this book?
7. What is one of the reasons why turkey vultures seem to have such odd heads?
8. Why are feathers important fetishes for people to work with in relation to magic and personal power?
9. What do self knowledge and augury allow a person to do in his life, according to Andrews in the book?
10. What does Andrews describe as the cycle of power of an animal? What does he indicate this to mean?
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