It's all in the Plumage. A symbol of great beauty, wealth and spirit.
The Ostrich is known for hiding its head to avoid seeing danger however Ostrich feathers represent truth.
Maybe the Ostrich realizes truth is sometimes hidden.
Baby Ostrich Feather
In dreams, feathers mean travel or the ability to move more freely in life. White feathers in dreams indicate innocence or a fresh start in a spiritual sense.
Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot feather
Indian Peafowl Feather
Red Bird of Paradise Feather
Ancient Egyptians believed feathers were a connection with the Sky Gods. Ma'at, the Egyptian Goddess
of Justice would weigh the hearts of the newly dead against the weight of a feather to determine the
worthiness of his or her soul.
Golden Pheasant Feather
Golden Headed Quetzal Feather
The Pheasent represents resourcefullness, prosperity, creativity, inflence, nobility, wealth and virtue.
Grey Peacock Pheasant Feather
As a celtic symbol, feathers were worn by Druids to invoke the Sky Gods and gain celestial wisdom.
King bird of Paradise Feather
Native American Indians believed feathers represented ascension and spiritual evolution. Chiefs wore feathers to symbolize their connection with the spiritual higher plane.
The Great Spotted Woodpecker Feather
The Peacock feather reprents pride, nobility and glory. Peacocks are also known to eat poisonous plants with no ill effects, making their feathers a symbol of incorruptibility and immortality.
Red Crested Turaco Feather
Scarlet Macaw Feather
Spotted Eagle Owl Feather
White feathers represent great power on the spiritual plane.