The eagles in The Other Coast debate the pros and cons of flying south in the winter:
Perhaps one of the best so-dumb-it's-funny panels ever, from Loose Parts.
Dogs Of C-Kennel's only avian regular, Wheeler, makes like a sea bird of prey, only ...
A Frank & Ernest strip in which the worm tries to dissuade his nemesis.
Someone asked me over the weekend why I never give the original publication dates anymore, except in rare circumstances (like the old Peanuts strips). The reason is that I now try to post as close to the anniversary date of a strip as is possible, and the original strip date information is always included if it was there in the first place. Also, some toons, like Break of Day and Birdbrains, have no publication date (and actually get repeated at their original posting locations!). I make an exception for Peanuts because for some reason they get redated in the process of being presented as "retro" and so I look them up in the Peanuts Wiki to get the original publication date. (More than you wanted to know, huh?)
Finishing the Diamond Lil winter glossary arc with another typical Stupid the Bird antic:
Stupid will be back in about a week with a funny Sunday panel.
Stupid the Bird winter glossary, part five. They sure have a lot of snow in Diamond Lil country.
Use your imagination to see in your mind the predictable end of the halfway-mark winter glossary strip from Diamond Lil:
Part three of the Diamond Lil witer glossary with our little friend Stupid the Bird:
From Diamond Lil: Stupid's glossary part two.
Let's have some Stupid the Bird nonsense. Today, the first of six Diamond Lil panels on winter nomenclature: