- North American (culture)
- Flying (attribute)
- Friendly (behaviour)
The ‘dew eagle’ of the Iroquois Woodland people of North America. It flies in the western sky and has a pond of dew in the hollow of its back. When the Earth is overcome with a fierce fire, Oshadagea releases the water from his back which not only puts out the fire, but causes life to grow and fertility to recover.
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