The first robin of spring has a conversation with Wheeler in this strip from one year ago today.
Frazz is a strip drawn by Jef Mallett (yes, only one "f") which I enjoy reading every day. This is the rare strip with anything close to an avian theme, from March 22 of a year ago:
For those unfamiliar with the strip, Frazz (the tall character who looks like a grown-up Calvin) is the janitor at the same elementary school he attended growing up, He is smart enough to have a white collar job but prefers the one he has. Most of the strips involve his interaction with the current crop of kids and with the faculty (most of whom remember him as a child themselves).
A Nate Fakes "Break Of Day" panel from 2015, with a nice play on words.
Strange Brew from March 4, 2017 with a take-off on the "buy local" promotions many communities engage in.
Six Chix from one year ago. Note the relative nonchalance of the birds perched on the feeder when their prehistoric ancestor shows up.
Unbelievably, I cannot find a single toon in my archive that is both avian and pays tribute to St. Patrick ... so you get a Birdbrains panel instead.
Loose Parts from one year ago on a form of species evolution ...
Speed Bump from one year ago today. Love the second hole for the smoke!
The last appearance with avian content from Margaret Shulock as one of the Six Chix, from one year ago today.
The above was a reprint of a 2000 strip as her last several appearances were all "best ofs"; her last new "avian" strip before leaving the group was the one we posted on February 21.
Strange Brew from March 1 of last year. It was bound to happen sooner or later ... and Chuck Jones is spinning in his grave.