Cautious Mother Crow
- Eastern European (culture)
- Flying (attribute)
- Friendly (behaviour)
A crow from the old tales of Eastern Europe usually told to children. Cautious Mother Crow took great care of her young. When they hatched from their eggs, Cautious Mother Crow taught them to be careful of all the dangers in the world. She once taught them that they should be careful around people if they saw him or her picking up a stone. If they saw this they should instantly fly away. One of her children asked what they should do when they see a person who already has a stone in their hand. Cautious Mother Crow then knew that her children were wise and careful enough to leave the nest.
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