Dreams involving 'Birds' involve:
  • more animals
  • more flying events
  • more perceptions of all color
  • more perceptions of achromatic colors like white, gray, and black
  • more elements related to earth
  • more esthetic perceptions
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What is the meaning of 'Birds' in dreams?

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To dream of birds is much better for the rich than the poor; to dream of little birds, the contrary; to dream that you hear birds chirp is a good sign; to see birds fighting, signifies adversity; to see birds fly over your head, signifies prejudice by enemies.

The Golden Wheel Dream-book and Fortune-teller by Felix Fontaine

birds

These are significant of happiness and joyful tidings; a single bird flying means speedy news, telegrams; birds in a row on a branch or line show that there will be vexatious delay in receiving some wished-for news; birds in a circle denote cogitation followed by swift decision. See also

Telling Fortunes By Tea Leaves, by Cicely Kent

birds

It is a favorable dream to see birds of beautiful plumage. A wealthy and happy partner is near if a woman has dreams of this nature. Moulting and songless birds, denotes merciless and inhuman treatment of the outcast and fallen by people of wealth. To see a wounded bird, is fateful of deep sorrow caused by erring offspring. To see flying birds, is a sign of prosperity to the dreamer. All disagreeable environments will vanish before the wave of prospective good. To catch birds, is not at all bad. To hear them speak, is owning one's inability to perform tasks that demand great clearness of perception. To kill than with a gun, is disaster from dearth of harvest.

Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted by Gustavus Hindman Miller

night-birds

To dream of any kind of night-birds, as the owl, bittern and bat, is ominous, and those who have such dreams should undertake no business on the day following. He that travels by sea or land, and sees in his dream any of these birds, will fall into a great tempest or into the hands of thieves.

The Witches' Dream Book; and Fortune Teller by A. H. Noe