Another "strip I never heard of until someone sent me this" ... it is called the Chuckle Bros., this comic is from 2014 and it appears only in Canadian newspapers. A two-brother team with the last name Boychuck (seems obvious that inspired the name) writes and illustrates it.
A St. Patrick's Day-themed Diamond Lil from one year ago. Stupid the Bird even manages to crash into non-tangible barriers, it seems.
Loose Parts from one year ago today. What's in a name, you ask?
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Someone forwarded me several bird-related The Far Side comics. Most apparently came from reprints as the original publication dates are missing, but we know this one is from 1987:
A nicely captioned photo from Cheezburger.
Of all the strips where I have found bird-themed toons, one of the least expected was that old chestnut Beetle Bailey ... yet here is the March 17 strip from two years ago:
This is a prequel of sorts to a six-strip Diamond Lil arc that will run at the end of this month and into the beginning of April. Stupid The Bird from March 24, 2014:
A classic Peanuts strip from today in 1973 featuring Woodstock-like birds, a caring Linus, and a typically crabby Lucy. (I previously posted this strip, minus color, on November 8, 2015.)
Mutts from March 19, 2011 features the talents of Philippe: