WuMo on the subject of what birds might think of the way we do documentaries.
Wheeler redesigns his nest in Dogs Of C-Kennel.
A real treat for readers of the blog today ... a 2003 strip which features an early appearance by the avian character Philipe.
(This is actually a rare color copy of the strip from 17 years ago today; Mutts had been in syndication for less than ten years at that point and newspapers were only beginning to carry a handful of comics in color, with the vast majority still printing the black-and-white versions.)
No April Fool's joke this year, just a Rhymes With Orange on pigeons in the park.
Another bite of Cheezburger to end what has probably been a difficult month for all of us.
The Other Coast greets the arrival of Spring but one songbird is less than thrilled.
This is part of what creator Geoffrey Hewer-Candee calls an "illustrated series" depicting human frailties and concerns by non-humans. Some, like this second entry, are avian:
Rubes addresses another cliché, in the process creating the question of why they need that service in the first place.
The title of this comic series, Break Of Day, takes on a second meaning with this entry.
Spring is not getting off to a great start for Stupid the Bird, as Diamond Lil (in blue) offers her opinion: