Free Range with a new twist on the old pirate's parrot cliché:
Rhymes With Orange, with a problem in diplomacy:
Another in our "best of" entries: Frank & Ernest from 2009, originally posted in the October 1, 2015 blog entry.
Here's a nice rarity ... a Beetle Bailey strip with avian content. And it's a Sunday strip as well, with more frames to develop the joke:
A Rubes panel from three years ago. Good punchline.
This is a strip we never featured before, because Pros & Cons is about a lawyer, a psychiatrist and a police officer (and was called A Lawyer, A Doctor & A Cop until mid-2008) and never had avian content ... that is, until the police officer character acquired a talking parrot, which turned out not to be talkative with humans around. This strip was the end of that story arc from 2016:
Another classic Peanuts strip from 1953. Snoopy just doesn't get how much birds love baths.
Carpe Diem features a parakeet species I never heard of before ...
"Best of Bird Toon" continues with this 2011 Rhymes With Orange strip, originally posted December 30, 2015:
As noted a while back, Mike Twohy stopped drawing "That's Life" several years ago, but thankfully there are lots of avian-themed panels in the archive. This one is from 2005: