The bear is a thoughtful creature and represents strength, family, vitality, courage and health.
The Beaver is determined, serious, a hard worker and will not quit his job until he is done.
The Butterfly has the ability to accept change, and symbolizes metamorphosis, balance and grace. The butterfly is a multicultural symbol of the beauty of nature.
To Northwest Coast Aboriginal peoples, Dragonfly is a symbol of life's ever constant process of change.
The Eagle as a whole signifies focus, great strength and leadership
The hummingbird teaches you to appreciate and love the miracle of living. They are messengers of peace, and are very independent. They symbolize wonder and beauty.
First Nations people perceived the Owl to be linked with wisdom, foresight and the keeper of sacred knowledge.
The raven is crafty and inventive, using all that is available to him. Mischievous and curious, the Raven symbolizes creation and knowledge. He is there to show that every person sees the world in a different way.
The Native Salmon Symbol symbolizes abundance, fertility, prosperity and renewal. For thousands of years the Salmon have been the primary food source for the Northwest Coast Native Americans and are highly respected.
The Whale is known to help people in need when we are helpless or wounded. The whale symbolizes kindness, intelligence and compassion.
The Native Wolf represents loyalty, strong family ties, good communication, education, understanding and intelligence.