Another standalone magazine cartoon. As with some previous standalones, I do not know the origin but am guessing based on the caption typeface that it was the New Yorker.
Believe it or not, we do not have a Valentine-themed bird toon anywhere in the archives! What we do have is the first of five strips dated February 28, which will appear between now and the end of the month. This one is Six Chix from last year:
On The Fastrack from February 12, 2016 features the unnamed cowbird that adopted Fi the company bookkeeper.
This Speed Bump (from today in 2004) pre-dates color in daily comic strips, but in light of the past few weeks in Washington DC, it seems rather appropriate:
As you all know, I try to fit in at least one recaptioned photo from Cheezburger in per month. Well, here's this month's ... yes, I know it's a groaner:
WuMo from February 9 of last year. Another myth busted.
One of our favorite strips, Mutts, has this entry from today in 2013 in which Mooch is suprised to find a bird outside that did not travel south for the winter:
This is a one-panel strip that I don't read on a regular basis, so I don't know how often (if ever aside from this one) it has bird-related content ... a quick scan of the past month's would appear to indicate it doesn't. So, unless I find another someday, the only bird-oriented Ballard Street, from one year ago today:
Strange Brew from one year ago today. This one is for all the attorneys out there. Or members of the Audubon Society.
Free Range from one year ago. Well, there goes that chance to solve the mystery.