The Ganada tribe identify themselves by the raven and the frog. The Ganada are the "holders and messengers of knowledge," both good (respect) and not good (fear). Ganada communicate direction, the presence of animals or danger nearby, and even death. Ganada also brings good news and encouragement. The Ganaaw (frog), another teacher in the Ganada tribe, inhabit lakes and ponds, and are linked to weather, change, and abundance.