I don't know if I'm over thinking this, but I take almost everything as a sign. Also this is a repost as my last one had no answers
A few weeks ago I came home from work, and noticed through my window a Hawk was resting on my fence. S/he was stating at me. I thought s/he was starring at my bird, but when I moved to another window s/he followed me.
Now a little under a week ago I was on a cruise (had a terrible time), and when I was getting off the cruise I looked out the window. As I was looking out the window two (2) ravens landed right next to me. Of course I stopped and starred at them, they made eye contact with me and even though other people were passing they didn't fly away. But when my boyfriend and sisters called for me and I walked away, they flew away.
Right now I have some big things (good and bad) going on in my life. One of which a bigger YouTuber collabing with me (thank you Tyche), and another legal issues with my old landlord; them trying to get me to pay for months past my lease (I have a lawyer).
Thank you so much for your time, please if I'm just over thinking things let me know. If not, could you give me some information?
I feel it's ultimately up to the person who received the sign to interpret whether or not it is one. If you strongly feel that it was, that's up to you. If you feel like you just happned to see some birds, that's fine too.
If hawks and ravens are common in your area, it might be less likely to be a sign, but if a sighting of them is unusual, it may be more likely.
Hawks and ravens are both fairly easy to find information on mythologically, especially ravens. If you google "bird omens," "raven omens," and "hawk omens," you should be able to find several resources. It tends to be easier for the person who received the sign to interpret it; you might find something about the belief that ravens bring bad luck, for example, and choose to disregard that belief because that doesn't feel like what the sign was supposed to represent. (Just an example; I don't believe ravens bring bad luck, nor am I telling you howyou should or shouldn't interpret it.)
Exemplore has an article called "Birds as Omens and Signs." I'm not exceptionally knowledgeable in the mythology of birds, so I can't comment on whether or not it's entirely accurate, but you could check it out and see if it resonates with you.
Since there are some big things going on in your life, I'd definitely recommend looking into what the birds represent first with those things in mind, to see if there's any relevance there.