Since 2010 I see a falcon whose nest is just behind the waggon.
It’s a female because every 2 years she comes up with a puppy. So in 6 years she had three ∞The last puppy falcon arrived this year. So the family is now of 4 falcons. They live all together, so I guess they have enough food.
Last weekend the mom and the puppy alone were flying over the lake and playing and they were so sweet. Just right down them my son and I were playing too in the water. Connection ♥
I feel really connected to them and sometimes they come to say hello at the waggon. Often in the early morning. This makes sense to me because the falcon is the king of all birds and it is the symbol of the rising sun in ancient Egypt, where many gods were shown with the head or body of the Falcon (including Ra).
In Western tradition, the Falcon represents the huntsman and is associated with the Germanic sky-gods Wodan as well as Frigg and the trickster Loki. In European culture the Falcon is considered a warlike symbol.
At its core, the Falcon represents visionary power, wisdom, and guardianship. This powerful bird awakens visionary power, and leads you to your life purpose. The Falcon carries with it a message of transition and change – perhaps in your vocation, work, career, etc.
So for me it is a very important companion of life and messenger of change and courage to always follow your heart and passions.