If I understand your question, you may be referring to Exodus 19:4 which says that God carried Israel on eagle's wings.
It was the quail.
It was not Moses, but Noah, a lot before Moses' time. He took them by two (one male and one female) according to Genesis 6:20. According to Genesis 7:2-3, he took seven pairs of every clean animal and bird onto the ark and one pair of every unclean animal.
Depending on if the bird carried diseases, i would get your puppy check out by a vet.
moses is a bird, and he tells the animals about a place called sugarcandy mountain which is an allegory for heaven.
according to my calculations bird is the word bird=word
Either a bird has died or been killed on the driveway, or it sdead body has been moved there (for example by wind or carried by another bird).
The Israelites were mad at God and Moses because they didn't want to eat manna anymore (because they were complaining people) so God gave them quail.Jewish answer:Quail.The Israelites weren't "mad" at God. The first to speak up were the newly-arrived converts (Numbers ch.11), not the Israelites. Rather than "madness" at God, they wanted God to demonstrate His presence (Exodus 17:7) by providing for them, just as God wanted them to demonstrate their obedience when He tested them by giving them an unfamiliar food (Deuteronomy 8:2-5; see Exodus ch.16).
She carried a scepter and had her pet bird, the peacock, with her.
The birds that the Israelites ate (Exodus ch.16, Numbers ch.11) is translated as quail. They ate the quail for two brief periods, not for the whole forty years.