Anishinaabeg believe the goldfinch, or Ozaaweshiinh, is a spiritual keeper of the Ojibwe language. Charles Grolla's "Ezhi-wiinindwaa bineshiinhyag (Bird Names Project)" will share the story of the goldfinch and other Northland birds. (BEMIDJI PIONEER FILE PHOTO)
Ojibwe language project feathers forward: Cass Lake-Bena teacher highlights bird names in new book
CASS LAKE -- Be it a tweet, a chirp or a whistle, the birdsong has long been an instrumental piece in nature and part of Minnesota history.
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