Heron's are graceful birds of stature and beauty. They have sharp eye sight and move through water with ease. The Iroquois believe this bird represents patience and nobility.
The Heron Clan emulates beauty, grace, and intellegience. They are determined, resourceful, and skilful. They are quiet people who learn through experience and life's lessons. They carry beliefs proudly, but humbly. They have a unique place among all the Iroquois clans.
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Thomas L Holgerson
april 9 2014
i would be proud to be in the heron clan because it has sharp eyesight and it can move his head around. Heron clan take more time to learn. despite their beauty they have a careful approach that make them observe them more closely
the iroquois used their feathers as a end for arrows the heron is a air simbol the bind represents nobility and intelligence
My grade 6 class is working on a collaborative project for the Iroquois Confederacy Unit and this is their website.