Here Is What the Avian of Your Birth Month Reveals about You.
Did you know that each month has an avian associated with it? Just like birth stones, birth month avians can be a fun and interesting way to see if their characteristics match with any of your own. Choose your birth month avian below and see what it says about you.
Find Out What Your Birth Month Avian Reveals About You
1. January: The Owl
You choose your words carefully and you lead conversations wisely. Despite your calm nature, your eloquence in creative writing surprises others, especially your ability to express yourself from the heart which leaves them with a sense of gratitude for being able to speak with you. You communicate on your own terms and have deep and meaningful thoughts.
Ancient Greeks and Romans associated owls with the goddess of wisdom and prophecy; Athena.
2. February: The Parrot:
You are a free spirit and your independent personality is never predictable or boring. You have a one-of-a-kind ability to think outside the box. Art, music, and creative writing are part of who you are. Those around you are often inspired by your unique personality and passion for life. You dislike being the center of attention; however, you are a person who turns heads! You were born to travel freely, and to be kind to those you meet along the way.
Parrots have often symbolized beauty, creativity and inspiration.
3. March: The Robin
Robins are avians of endurance, and if March is your birth month then you have an unbelievable capacity to survive even in the most difficult of situations. Your family and friends respect your strength and beliefs, regardless of whether they openly tell you or not. From time to time, you can get tired, but you rarely show it. Instead, you focus all of your efforts on the reward that is waiting for you. Without a doubt, you are a strong, resilient and inspirational individual.
In old mythologies and legends the Robin was also a symbol of passion and honor. It was also believed that the robin was a divine bird. Robins are also called spring avians because they symbolize renewal and new birth.
4. April: The Canary
You love to laugh and are just about always cheerful. Your sense of humor can get even the most rigid of people lighten up, and your use of warm jokes to brighten the days of others shows your inherent gentle wisdom. You are also gifted with clear vision when it comes to understanding others. If someone is feeling down, you know just what to do to make them feel better again. Those who are graced with your presence keep fond memories of you in their hearts.
Canaries are happy birds that represent joy, a sense of well-being, and also are a symbol of selflessness.
5. May: The Nightingale
Like the song of the nightingale, you make the world a more beautiful place just by being in it. Your loving heart and accepting attitude can make the rainiest of days feel like warm sunshine. Your kind smile could be considered your trademark, and when you speak, people listen.
The nightingale is a bird that carries both literary and poetic symbolism. The nightingale sings of love, and helps bring people together.
6. June: The Dove
Your peaceful way of life is the result of years of deep reflection and emotional training, yet you’ve grown in this way because your true nature is one of gentleness, softness and peace. Your positive attitude also shines like a bright light to others, as you’re known as the bringer of good news. You’re appreciated everywhere you go, and the more you enjoy being in your heart, the better your life becomes.
The dove represents peace of the deepest kind. It soothes and quiets our worried or troubled thoughts, enabling us to find renewal in the silence of the mind.
7. July: The Eagle
You are a confident person, a great listener, and even complete strangers are interested in speaking with you to reveal their life stories and to seek your wisdom. Seen as a powerful leader, you are reliable and maintain the trust of others. You are always capable of giving sincere and honest advice, and do whatever it takes to help those in need.
The Eagle is a symbol of freedom, courage, and also a connection to the divine. The Eagle flies higher than any other bird, and gives others the courage to move forward.
8. August: The Kingfisher
You are a people person who enjoys making new friends, and they also deeply enjoy being with you. You have a big heart and are always ready to offer a helping hand to those who need it. Your resourcefulness and intelligence cause you to be quite successful in life, and having a strong education gives you the wings you need to fly.
Also known as the Halycon, the Kingfisher is a long-time symbol of peace and prosperity. It has many legends and superstitions surrounding it with many originating in ancient Greece; the body of the Kingfisher, if dried, could ward off thunderbolts and storms.
9. September: Goshawk
You are the hero of your own story, as you always bravely face any challenges that come your way. Your humbleness and willingness to always do what is right gives you the trust and admiration of others. You are the least likely to ever betray another’s trust, and are often the Earth Angel appearing to help others in their darkest moments.
Goshawks carry with them a reputation for being fierce avians and have been traditionally revered as a symbol of strength.
10. October: The Swan
You are the one with the answers to many of life’s problems. You like helping people and are able to find a viable and heartfelt solution quickly. Your deep nature of inner peace gives you a clarity that makes solving anything a breeze. This is why others come to you when they are in need of good advice. You are a healer and a gentle guide, helping others steer to where they need to go.
The Swan symbolizes grace and beauty on many levels. It is associated with love, music, and poetry. In Roman mythology, the Swan was sacred to Venus, the goddess of love.
11. November: The Rooster
You are one of the best friends that one could ask for. Very loyal, you are there for your friends in both the good and bad times. You also know how to have a great time, and can be quite the entertainer at parties.
One of the twelve signs of the Chinese zodiac, the Rooster is a Chinese symbol of honesty, as well as physical and moral fortitude. It is of the yang attribute and signifies fortune, luck, fidelity, and protection.
12. December: The Crow
You are a mysterious wanderer and an adventurist who is also confident and curious. You rely on yourself and you are satisfied with who you are. You may not always be the center of everyone’s attention, but your warm heart is genuinely valued among your peers. Your life is always full of new experiences, and when you discover the true beauty of your heart, you find a way of living life that makes others pale in comparison.
In Greek mythology, crows are considered a symbol of prophecy and good luck.
Was your birth month avian accurate for you?