All birds have started nesting

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All birds have started nesting

The phrase “Hebban olla vogala nestas” is an Old Dutch saying that dates back to the 11th century. It is an example of some of the earliest known written Dutch language and translates to “All birds have started their nests.” This phrase signifies the beginning of spring when birds are busy building their nests in preparation for breeding season.

The saying is often used to express the arrival of a new season and the renewal of life that comes with it. It serves as a reminder of the cyclical nature of the natural world and the importance of growth and change. The saying has become a symbol of hope and new beginnings for many, as it represents the start of a fresh chapter in the cycle of life.

“Hebban olla vogala nestas” holds historical significance as one of the oldest recorded examples of the Dutch language and provides a link to the past for modern speakers. It continues to be celebrated as a poetic expression of the beauty and wonder of the natural world.

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