When it comes to doodling, I almost always automatically go for a bird — or a variant of it, aesthetically speaking, as seen above (I don’t quite think there are any birds who look like that in reality, unless it bred with some dinosaur…).
And because of that, I became curious about the psychology of doodling. Regarding birds.
It turns out that doodling birds usually mean that their “artist” is feeling constricted and wants to fly free. But then, it all depends on the way the bird is drawn as well.
Anyhow, I’ve put up a link on bird doodle meanings down below, just in case.