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Long, long ago the birds had no song. It was a time when only humans had this melodious gift. Each day, the people would sing a song of greeting to the sun as it rose, and one of farewell as it set. The birds admired the songs and would often stop their flight and listen to the beautiful voices. In their hearts they wished they too could be endowed with this gift. Then one day everything was to change; the Creator decided to visit the earth. As the Creator walked through the forest, he noticed there was a great silence.
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The Creator knew something was missing. He was pondering the silence when from over the hills he heard a song from people in a village saluting the setting sun. He heard the Indian drums and the scared chanting of the sunset song. The song pleased the Creator.
The Creator saw that he was not alone listening to the beautiful song. The birds were silently listening to the villagers. The Creator immediately realized what was missing. The next day, the Creator called the birds to a great council. Birds came from great distances, till soon the sky was filled with every variety.
The birds were so numerous their combined weight bent the trees and bushes upon which they perched. When the birds grew silent the Creator spoke. He asked the birds if they would like to have the gift of song. The Creator told the birds that the next morning as the sun rose they were to fly up into the sky, flying as far as their wings would carry them. When they could fly no further they would find their song.
The bird to attain the highest flight would receive the most beautiful song. When the Creator finished directing the birds, he vanished. Before the sun rose the next morning, the birds were preparing for their flight. Birds blanketed the earth, full of excitement. All were excited except for one, the little brown thrush. The tiny bird was perched next to the eagle. As the thrush looked at the differences between himself and the eagle, the thrush despaired, believing he would have no chance to compete against so large a bird. Suddenly, the thrush decided upon a plan.
The eagle did not notice the little thrush hidden in his feathers. He was busy thinking that he would win because of his great wings. The flutter of the collective wings roared across the sky. So many birds were vying for the most beautiful song that their presence in the sky eclipsed the sun. Time passed and gradually the smaller, weaker birds became tired. The little hummingbird was the first to fall out of the race. The next bird to stop his ascent was the cowbird, a very fat bird.