Speed Bump, November 18, 2013.
Bizarro from July 14, 2010. Most of Dan's parrot-related toons feature macaws and many play off the "Polly want a cracker" cliché.
Strip regulars Earl and Mooch turn up to end the four-part storyline:
Third installment of four. Originally published May 1, 2013.
Mutts Trivia: The bird on the right is a regular character named Phillipe. He is distinguishable from other birds that appear periodically by the greater amount of black feathers.
Part two of the Mutts series. Originally published April 30, 2013.
One strip that I know is dear to the hearts of Mickabooligans is Patrick McDonnell's "Mutts". Today through Thursday will feature a four-strip storyline about an unhatched egg belonging to the two primary recurring bird characters.
The first in the series, below, appeared on April 29, 2013.
John Deering's "Strange Brew" is another of those one-panel satirical looks at things we all take for granted, cliches, and the like. He often turns to birds (his favorites being owls and parrots, the latter usually playing off the stereotypical pirate association) as his subjects.
Here is his October 12, 2011 cartoon:
Dave Blazek's "Loose Parts" has the occasional bird-related entry and often plays off cross-cultural references, as in this Sunday strip from March 10, 2013 about a canary with a coal miner's mindset:
Dave Coverly's "Speed Bump" is one of my daily must-reads. He frequently turns to bird-themed gags for his toons so I have a lot of these archived.
Given my professional career as a radio programming consultant, this one from December 7, 2009 is a personal favorite.
A good portion of the content at the site ICanHasCheezburger.com is captioned pictures, with one whole area devoted to "Animal Capshunz". I've collected several dozen images from there and will post one every few days as a break from the usual cartoon style.
This appeared at Cheezburger April 21, 2013.