The Dinuya is a thanksgiving-festival dance that involves the community. It originates from the Ifugao region of the Philippines. The female dancers represent sparrows while the male dancers represent eagles. The motion of the bow shows the strength of the warrior and is represented through the motion of an eagle flying. As the males spread their wings, they represent the eagle as a strong and majestic creature. The females, have quick and minuscule movements similar to a sparrow.