This is probably the oldest bird toon in my files: Peanuts from April 17, 1951. Note how simple (and actually dog-like) Snoopy was when Charles Schulz first started drawing him.
Six Chix' Rina Piccolo's take on the typical nature tour/documentary narrative, from April 30, 2014. Information about this unusual daily comic strip after the jump:
Speed Bump from May 27, 2013 with a clever perspective on the difference of parrots.
Mutts from June 30, 2011, with Phillipe asking the opinion of a pair of lovies.
More caption fun involving a quintet of nearly identical sun conures from the Cheezburger site, from February 11, 2012.
Bizarro from October 26, 2007. One of Dan's many pirate/parrot gags that he has unleashed on the world over the years.
Strange Brew from September 26, 2006. Color version not available.
Let's introduce another "contributing" newspaper comic. WuMo is named after its co-creators, writer Mikael Wulff and illustrator Anders Morgenthaler, and is one of the most popular strips in Europe. It has been available in the U.S. since mid-2013. Think of it as a warped version of Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
This panel is from December 17, 2013.