Mike du Jour and the parrot airline passenger, part two. I have a couple of questions: (1) If he didn't want the parrot next to him, why did he answer "Sure." in the first panel? ... and (2) How did he mistake the uniformed airline employee for a passenger?
Starting today, a rare avian story arc from a strip we don't get to feature very often, Mike du Jour:
The eagles are featured again in this The Other Coast Sunday entry. How do eagles get cable subscriptions, anyway?
Another repeat from the first year of the Bird Toon blog. This 2010 Strange Brew was first posted on May 20, 2015. I like this one because I still can't figure out why the parrot needed therapy.
Carpe Diem and a parrot that repeats a few things his pirate owner wishes he wouldn't.
The second "flashback" to the first year of the blog is this Loose Parts which I originally posted on May 31, 2015. It is from today in 2013 ... and I hope the avian vet is on speed dial.
A Birdbrains panel, with what I think is a nice riff on an old cliché.
Wheeler "accepts" a peacock's "lifestyle" in this Dogs of C-Kennel from (obviously) last year.
Since we hit post #1500 last week, I've decided to devote a half-dozen or so of this month's posts to some of my personal favorites from the first year of the Bird Toon blog. First up, this Strange Brew, which originally appeared here on September 22, 2015:
A chicken riddle, courtesy of Cheezburger: