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Bird Poop

To dream of bird poop represents feelings about unwanted problems or something unneeded to maintain the freedom to transcend problems. Leaving problems behind so you are not held down or kept away from freely doing what you want. Feeling about you or someone else that doesn't need something in order to keep doing whatever they want. Problems or disgusting wastefulness caused by freedom. Freedom loving people in your life that you feel "shit on you" or don't appreciate freedom. Enjoying your own freedom and not caring about how other people feel while while you do.

To dream of being pooped on by a bird represents feelings about other people embarrassing you with their problems. People embarrassing you with delays that help them remain free to avoid being held down.

Example: A man dreamed of walking through a forest and being pooped on by birds on the tree tops. In waking life he his workplace had not paid him for 7 months and he felt they could keep avoiding paying him by giving him more problems and delays.

Bird's Nest

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To dream of a birdcage represents a loss of freedom. You may feel trapped or unable to fully express yourself. You may desire to do things that you don't believe you can ever do.


To dream of a birdhouse represents feelings about free or cheap support for other people's freedom or independence. Feeling good that other people are never jealous. Enjoying seeing other people be free. It may also reflect your support of others overcoming or transcending their problems. Giving others the opportunity or free time to develop themselves. Enjoying others thriving. Feelings about people being encouraged to freely do whatever you want without jealousy. Possibly a symbol for support from family.

To dream of an empty or unused birdhouse may represent feelings about offers, ideas for, or standing by to support others people never being jealous. Free offers to draw attention to yourself not currently being utilized. Free offers or offers of support to others that are not attractive enough or aren't interesting to anyone.

Negatively, a birdhouse may represent feelings that if you don't offer something for free that other people will not want to talk to you or that you'll lose your only way to generate opportunities of yourself if you don't offer something for free. Wasting your time feeling good making sure people are never jealous that is waste of your time and resources. Supporting other people's freedom when they don't appreciate it. Using parents or other people who support your freedom.

Example: A young man dreamed of a birdhouse. In waking life he was desperate to pay his bills and hoped that easy free offers with his skills he was making would attract interested people in giving him opportunities. The birdhouse in this case may have reflected his feelings about his attempts to offer free or cheap services supportive of other people.


Birds in dreams are symbols for transcendence and liberation. Escaping boundaries and limitations. A symbol for progress towards wholeness and harmony. They are your goals, aspirations, and hopes. The type and color of the bird is very important in decoding the meaning (e.g. black birds or vultures are not positive symbols).

Alternatively, birds can reflect a person's feelings about being spiritually free or clean.

To dream of baby birds represents the potential for transcendence and liberation. Plans or preparation for overcoming something. Being very careful as you work towards goals that give you freedom.

To see dead or dying birds represent disappointment and failures. Killing birds may reflect intentionally souring an inspiring idea or someone else's freedom.

To dream of feeding birds represents encouragement, inspiration, or supporting the idea of trying to overcome problems. Feeding the idea of freedom or transcendence. Encouraging yourself or believing in yourself. Alternatively, consider the type of bird you are feeding. For example, crows and vultures may reflect more negative thinking or behavior being encouraged.

To dream of bird eggs represents goals, aspirations, and hopes that are developing and will take time to be realized. The opposite is true if the eggs are from a species of bird that isn't positive.

To see a flying bird represents transcendence and liberation. A weight has been lifted off your shoulders and you are experiencing a sense of freedom.

To see a caged bird represents a desire for freedom or liberation. You feel confined and restricted in some area of your life.

To see a blue colored bird in a dream symbolizes positive transcendence over negativity. It represents the power of positive thinking, truth, and doing what you know to be right taking a more powerful role. It is also an indication of purification and resolution to conflicts in your life.

To dream of a white bird represents a wish to transcend or rise above a negative situation that is being renewed. Finally deciding to escape a bad situation after avoiding it being kept down. A white bird may also reflect a belief that escaping a bad situation is a good idea.

To dream of a red bird represents freedom or transcendence that you are aware of being negative or dangerous. Getting your freedom back through violence, fighting, or with no concern for others feelings. Possibly a reflection of attaining freedom through dishonest means or cheating others to help only yourself escape a restrictive situation. A red bird may a reflect corrupt attitude about getting ahead of others in business. A red bird may also show up in the dreams of people experiencing corruption in communist countries that allows one to get more privileges than other people by serving the state.

To dream of a black colored bird may represents feelings of emptiness, loss, depression, death, or unpleasant change.

To dream of cutting a birds wings may reflect a wish to stifle someone or prevent something in your life from succeeding. A wish to stop transcendence from occurring. Keeping someone as a loser who can't win. Jealousy of someone better than you succeeding. Controlling someone by reducing their ability to be independent or successful.

People who suffering from Charles Bonnet Syndrome often have hallucinations of birds sitting on top of people's heads. This may actually be a waking vision symbolically reflecting the CBS sufferers feelings about themselves looking stupid enjoying their hallucinations or visions which they feel stuck with. Transcending boredom indulging in hallucinations they can't do anything about.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing a white bird. In waking life he felt his life was over, but then had a powerful spiritual experience that made him want to fight his problems and overcome them.

Example 2: A very elderly woman dreamed of enjoying seeing white birds fly around her windows while being very careful not to let the birds out the door. In waking life she was enjoying thinking about what life would like after death and didn't want to bring the topic up with her family.

Example 3: A young woman dreamed of walking into a kitchen to see a birdcage with the door wide open and bird choosing to stay inside the bird cage. In waking life she was having problems adjusting to American freedom after having come from a communist country.

Example 4: A woman dreamed of seeing a white bird outside her car leading her as she drove. In waking life she was very spiritually focused in her decision making.

Example 5: A man dreamed of being scared to feed a bird. In waking life he was fearing supporting his wife while they were separated because she began dating another man. He feared that continuing to support her choice to live independently from him would help her to move on from him for good and leave him no chance to be with her again.

Example 6: A man dreamed of seeing blue colored birds which he wanted to take home with him. In waking life he was considering 2 ideas to help him fix serious financial problems that were holding his business back. The two blue birds may have reflected how he had two very good ideas to overcome his financial problems.

Example 7: A woman dreamed of seeing black birds on a tree. In waking life she was annoyed that her granddaughter wouldn't break up with her boyfriend.

*Please See Yellow Bird

Refer to the themes section for birds for a more in depth look at bird symbolism.


To dream of a birdbath represents a mindset that is supportive or encouraging of overcoming negativity all the time. Feeling good being noticed by others overcoming negativity or problems all the time. Experiencing a lot of cleansing or a powerful positive change. Experiencing a lot of progress.

Alternatively, a birdbath may reflect your preoccupation with helping others feel good overcoming their problems.


To dream of feeding birds with birdseed represents hope, inspiration, and motivation. You may be nourishing your higher, spiritual qualities.

Alternatively, birdseed many reflect insufficient rewards for your efforts.

Dodo Birds

To dream of a dodo bird represents you or someone else that arrogantly thinks they are better than other people while doing something stupid. Telling others you are too good for them when you are conscious of yourself acting ridiculous. Outright gall. Impudent assurance and insolence.

Example: A man dreamed of a dodo bird. In waking life he was witnessing his arrogant father trying to sell a home for way too much money in the face of numerous experienced real estate agents that told him that the price he was asking was way too high.

Yellow Bird

To dream of a yellow bird represents freedom or transcendence from problems that you are noticing. Awareness of yourself or someone else having no restrictions. Feeling good noticing nothing keeping you down.

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To dream of a cage represents some area of your life that is restricted, confined, or restrained. You may feel that someone is keeping a short leash on you or that you are lacking the freedom to act independently. Unable to achieve your goals. You may have repressed desires.

An area of your life where you feel imprisoned, captive, or trapped. An area of your life that you are desperate to escape. Feeling confined with to responsibilities or obligations. Feeling oppressed or subjugated.

Alternatively, a cage may represent your inhibitions or powerlessness in some area of your life.

To dream that you are putting an animal into a cage represents restriction or restrain on some aspect of yourself based on the symbolism of that animal. See our themes section for animal symbolism.

To see a bird in a cage suggests that you are feeling limited in your expression or freedom. You may be experiencing limitations to your spirituality or creativity.

To dream that you are in a cage underwater represents feelings of being overwhelmed by uncertainty while also being restrained. Feeling that a situation is terrible while also feeling that you can't do anything to free yourself from it. If you drown in a cage it may reflect feelings of loss or failure while being completely unable to stop it in anyway whatsoever. Feeling that your "hands are tied" during one of the worst moments of your life.

Example: A man dreamed of being in a cage. In waking life he was terminally ill and desperate to die. Doctors wouldn't let him die.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing crocodiles inside a cage that he feared would get loose. In waking life he was in the process of trying to help get a dangerous criminal put in jail. He feared the criminal would get out and hurt him.


To dream of a feather symbolizes inspiration or your potential. It may also reflect the first or initial thought about starting something with the potential to do a lot more. Freedom you are quiet about or keep to yourself. Thinking about freedom or transcendence that could be more.. Beliefs that uplift you, make you desire freedom, or interest you in wanting to do something amazing. You may be amazed at what someone else has achieved or want to follow in their footsteps. Knowing you can do something if you want to. Feelings of having freedom at all times. Feeling good doing something all the time that makes you feel free or that you could transcend your problems. Feeling lucky that you don't need to listen to limitation or obstacles all the time. Feeling free to do something that might take a long time or the rest of your life.

Negatively, a feather in a dream may reflect your anxiety about freely expressing yourself or being yourself. Jealousy of others having an easier experience or more freedom than you. Feeling that you can't be completely free to do what you want. A thought of free expression that you may be hesitant about.

Consider the color and type of bird for additional symbolism. Blue feathers would represent positive inspiration. Red feathers represent negative inspiration or realizing your potential to be deceptive or angry.

Example: A young woman dreamed of a feather. In waking life she was insecure about expressing her beliefs on Facebook to friends and family.

Example 2: A man dreamed of seeing an ink pen with a feather handle. In waking life he had an idea to begin writing a book that would require years of research to finish. The feather pen in this case may have reflected his thoughts about beginning to get his ideas on paper and start his research for the first time.

Refer to the themes section for color for a more in depth look at color symbolism.


To dream of a penguin represents an aspect of yourself that is noticeably harmless or powerless. You or someone else that is perceived to be non-threatening. You or someone else may want others to notice how positive, honest, or harmless they are. Behavior that notices itself being perfectly behaved.

Negatively, penguins may reflect feelings about yourself being a "nice person" or "good behaver" for other people that is too concerned with what other people think.

To dream of an angry penguin may symbolize you or someone else that is frustrated with people walking all over them or taking advantage of their good nature.

A penguin may be a sign that you or someone else wants more acceptance, acknowledgment, or compassion from others. A penguin may also reflect a wish to defuse others view of you as a threat.

Example: A man dreamed of seeing penguins playing in the air. In real life he felt co-workers saw him as an easy target to get fired to save their own jobs. The penguins reflected his feelings about himself being a pushover.

Example 2: A woman dreamed of giving birth to a penguin. In waking life she felt she was too much of a people pleaser at work which prevented her from a business opportunity.


To dream of wings represents feelings of new found freedom. Success without limitations. Freedom to do something you want to do all the time. Feeling that nothing is holding you back. Alternatively, wings may reflect transcendence or your attempt to escape from a difficult situation. The ability to rise above and heal.

Negatively, wings may reflect problems that are beyond your control.

To dream of having angel wings represents behavior that is perfectly suited to others needs. Being the perfect solution to someone else's problems. Carrying or helping others when they need you the most. Being a good Samaritan and asking for nothing in return. You or someone else that "saves the day" by being wonderful. Sweet or "angelic" gestures. Protecting others or feeling protected.

To dream of the wings of birds represents transcendence or rising above problems. Consider the type of bird for additional meaning.

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