Mutts from one year ago today, addressing the fact that many birds in the wild tend to have similar markings and coloration within their species. (No, neither is the regular avian character Philippe; he is reddish in hue.)
Another "strip I never heard of until someone sent me this" ... it is called the Chuckle Bros., this comic is from 2014 and it appears only in Canadian newspapers. A two-brother team with the last name Boychuck (seems obvious that inspired the name) writes and illustrates it.
A St. Patrick's Day-themed Diamond Lil from one year ago. Stupid the Bird even manages to crash into non-tangible barriers, it seems.
Loose Parts from one year ago today. What's in a name, you ask?
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Someone forwarded me several bird-related The Far Side comics. Most apparently came from reprints as the original publication dates are missing, but we know this one is from 1987:
A nicely captioned photo from Cheezburger.
Of all the strips where I have found bird-themed toons, one of the least expected was that old chestnut Beetle Bailey ... yet here is the March 17 strip from two years ago:
This is a prequel of sorts to a six-strip Diamond Lil arc that will run at the end of this month and into the beginning of April. Stupid The Bird from March 24, 2014:
A classic Peanuts strip from today in 1973 featuring Woodstock-like birds, a caring Linus, and a typically crabby Lucy. (I previously posted this strip, minus color, on November 8, 2015.)