An early (pre-strip) single panel Tundra comic from several years back (I'm guessing 1992 or 1998 given the date of the strip and its punchline, since it predates the strip format).
Rhymes With Orange takes on parrots as a fashion accessory for pirates.
Today is the five-year anniversary of Bird Toon of the Day!
I have not calculated the exact number of cartoons that I've posted here since 2015, but taking into account the special Diamond Lil Thanksgiving story arcs which resulted in some two-toon days and also the handful of days where favorites were repeated, there have been a little over 1800 in that time.
Carpe Diem explains how penguins came to be non-flyers. Reminds me of a couple of the budgies I've had over the years, actually.
A Mutts strip which is close to my heart, as I prefer showers as well.
This WuMo has no dialogue (at first I thought it did and it somehow got dropped in the online version, but the archive at the strip site is also wordless) but it really doesn't need any:
A pre-Woodstock (1966) bird leaves Snoopy non-plussed in this classic Peantus strip.
This play on words in this Break Of Day panel seems appropriate right now.
A rather humorous take on storks and new babies, courtesy Rhymes With Orange.
The world's most dangerous bird bath? From Birdbrains.